Hotel Montegrotto Terme Apollo
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A bit sad to leave a bustling and sunbathed Venice behind, but we make our way to the train station, and set off on our 2 hour trip to Florence. We arrive and make the mistake of choosing to walk the 1.4 km to our accommodation. Cobblestones! We'll be taxiing when we head back to the station in five days, not sure my back will have recovered by then. Salvatore showed us up to our apartment on the 3rd floor, and gave others the rundown (I ...
... of the many cafe shops in Italy). The first tour was up to the Piazzalo of Michaelangleo with Georgio who let us all get out and take some great photos of Florence from the opposite hill. That they'd thought way back then to create this viewing point was excellent for us. This was a spot that I specifically wanted to come to and take a photo of all the terracotta roofs over Florence. We weren't disappointed. When the stragglers finally got onto the bus with us (not ...
... through the city with not a person in sight, so that was pretty freaking cool. After dinner, we walked around as long as possible, because we didn't want to go back to our hotel. When we did get back to the hotel though, I was a little reluctant to sleep in our hotel room. Hannah and I were so reluctant to go to sleep because the room was so sketchy. We did eventually get to bed though, but we couldn't wait to get up the next ...
... we were walking throughout the day so it was essential to wander into a caffe and be noursihed and awakened with hot delicious food and drinks. As you can imagine we were walking around with our eyes zooming around at all angles. Beautiful old buildings filled the entire streets everywhere. We ended up walking to the Piazza dei San Marco. This was an amazing area that opened up to beautiful architectural buildings in a massive square and wonderful shops everywhere. We saw ...
... shops to see what we could find, we found a cute souvenir shop where everything was 1euro ! I bought a little Venetian glass dog that looked my little Zac at home and a postcard, we also got some Venetian masks ! I got a blue one, thinking I might have to save it for a Halloween costume!
We kept looking around the shops and I found another one which sold beads that would fit on my Pandora, I bought 3 for 2euros each in different shades of blue! ...