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... the religious buildings and areas you can find the government symbol of Florence. in the golden doors the backgrounds that the stories were set in were of Florence, the Duomo was built to show the wealth and importance of Florence to all who entered. our tour ended at the old prison of Florence where we were served a wonderful dinner of pizza! sooooo delicious! i then hung out with my new group of friends for the rest of the ...
... over couscous.
I met her husband, Joshi (pronounced Yoshi, like the Nintendo turtle) and her youngest son, Rocco. They filled me up with cold white wine and drove me to the other side of the farm where I met Susan, the widowed owner of this whole operation. She showed me to my tower room, where I promptly began unpacking and found, right before going to sleep, the furry remains of a dead rodent under. Half of its body had the bones ...
... everywhere! A nice Italian stood with me as we looked down at people. He eventually offered to take me to the Fountain of Trevi. I declined because of my date with the Dutch boys. On the way to meet them, I picked up a bottle of wine. I took the subway in the opposite direction of my hostel, it was late, dark, lots of people out drinking. I was a little scared to be leaving the area I was familiar with but oh well, I wasn't going to pass up an opportunity to meet people! ...
Today we climbed 414 ish stairs up Giotto's bell tower to see the centre of Florence. The view was so nice when we got to the top but the climb was tough!! You have to walk up this concrete spiral staircase about a metre wide which is tricky when people are coming down at the same time. Felt very chlaustrophobic! We also went inside the Duomo (cathedral) which was huge and bustling with tourists. It ...
... 6.50!) coffee back in the Piazza Signiora, also so I could use the bathroom.
Once I worked out that the tour guide I was trying to find was a different one from the one through which I booked (I called the company for this one: yes having a functioning phone can be helpful!), getting into the Ufizzi without queuing was easy. However, had I simply pre reserved a ticket I would have gotten in straight away at that hour anyway, as it closes at 6:45pm.
Once in ...