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... night as well. Second dish I had some rabbit, which was good but not out of this world. After dinner we met planned to meet up with Bec Blott who is Gems friend and hence become one of ours who is now working on Contiki as a guide. She just so happened to be spending the night in Florence so we met up with her at the Red Gartlett. She was super stoked to see us and we were too. We chatted a bit before she dragged us up on stage to sing karaoke, Greece Megamix. All three of us belt it ...
... because it was designed to also be a civic center and the court. The cathedral was built on top of an old church, the Santa Reparata. In fact, until final work on the dome was started, the church remained opened- there is still a staircase leading below to the remains of the old church and the tomb of the dome's architect, Brunelleschi (1377-1446). The new construction was funded by tax payers, and the church knew that most of them wouldn't live to see its ...
... br> We headed to Trattoria Mario’s, which is only open for lunch from 12-3:30pm. We heard it was one of the best & most affordable places in town. Although we arrived around 12:10pm we still had to wait for over 45min. This gave us a chance to socialize with many other visitors from Russia, Australia & the USA. Once we were seated we shared the most amazing steak we’ve ever ...
... br> In a Food Processor:
MIX, THEN ADD
Fluffed egg whites
MIX UNTIL CONBINED, SET ASIDE
Soak Wafers in coffee
Layer as shown, then refrigerate
ENJOY YOUR TIRAMASU!!!
PS my name in French/Italian is NOEMI ;)
... along the way.
There was some drama at the train station when our train was running about 20 mins late and the platform did not appear on the listing until about 5 minutes before the rescheduled departure. Rob in his infinite wisdom took us downstairs sure that the platforms where that way. When we got down though we found that platform 5 was basically blocked for us to be able to get on from the lower level. Much ...