Hotel San Marco
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... Franciscan sect of monks who thought having a more modest church would be less likely to scare away the poor population that needed help. After our quick run through of the cathedral, we went around to the other side where we waited in a long line to walk up (what felt like) the millions of stairs to the dome of the cathedral. With burning legs, we took many photos and rushed back down stairs (for the line stole most of our time in Florence), so ...
- Painting: I think painting is such a cool hobby. I wish I were more creative, but my little isn't afraid to tell you that I made her some pretty kindergarten-esque crafts for her gifts. Oh well, I try. I've also got a nice hot glue gun scar on my thigh from trying to pretty up a vase last summer, so I guess I'll just stick to my mediocre artistic skills on ...
... bakeries" get really crowded later on in the night/morning, so we were lucky that there was no line.
Because I didn't bring my laptop, I cannot upload all of the photos until I'm back in Copenhagen, so more picture and descriptions to look forward to then!
This morning we woke up on the later side, and as usual woke up to a cup of coffee while hanging out with Sarah. One of Tom's friends had studied in Florence last year and told us we had to go to ...
... the counter not on top like all the others, I just wanted to scream! We both looked at each other when she said 17 Euros, both thinking the same thing. It wasn’t even a nice gelato!!
Anyway, we really enjoyed our time in Florence, 3 nights was a perfect amount of time to enjoy the city and also get to visit Pisa. Our BnB was great and we couldn’t have asked for a better location, right in the heart of the city! ...
... experiencing the different cultures on a regular basis, to learning "un po" Italiano, to having to sit on our suit cases to zip them closed, to, let's just make this simple, literally everything, I have learned so much, not only about how to live and survive in another country, but rather independently as an individual. This experience without my roomies and the several people I met along the way would of not been the same, and I'm glad I got to spend some ...