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... our way out again. We did a walking tour which was really interesting and then had a gondola ride, before scoffing down the worlds fastest pizza as we only had about 6 minutes to eat and get back on the train to get back to Florence by 9.30pm.
The rest of the time in Florence was just spent wandering around, looking at all the stunning buildings and fighting our way through all the tourists. We are in quiet season so I would hate to see what it is like in the middle of ...
Firenze! When we were leaving Rome, I thought had booked the train from "i termini" which was right near us but no I booked it from "la tiburtina" another station which was a good 30 min walk away so lucky we checked our tickets! After an awesome train ride with wifi and speed of 255km/h (take that Vline!) we arrived Florence and I fell in love. I've been to Florence before but only briefly ...
... we went as the gap between the domes got smaller and smaller until finally we reached the last set of very steep steps. The view was pretty amazing but we didn't stay up there too long because it was very windy. After that we spent the rest of our day hanging out around town checking out some less famous sites. I loved Florence for its beauty and it's history! It's one of Elliot's favorite cities too. The icing on the cake was the drive home through the Tuscan mountains as the sun was ...
... it was just wall to wall frescoes, gold plated ceilings, and absolutely beautiful sculptures. It was so overwhelmingly beautiful.
Something kinda cool happened after that, though. All of us were kind of walking around, taking photos and enjoying the art. I was off in a corner taking a photo when i felt a tap on my shoulder. I turned around to see an extremely old man wearing a dark blue robe, and he motioned for me to follow him. He took me over ...
... tell the difference. A lot of these stalls, actually, are just fronts for shops lining the streets themselves: stop and eyeball a pair of gloves and you'll find yourself being shown to a shop a few steps away. Be prepared for a very un-American tradition: haggling. Not my forte. That aside, it's a neat atmosphere, and one I think everyone should check out, even with the ever-present possibility of pickpocketing. I mean what's life without a little risk, right? ...