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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... didn't want to be again.
Well, hello goodbye, those fears are stupid. I attribute a lot of my success to my amazing roommates. There are so many moments that stop me in my tracks and I become so happy and thankful for getting so lucky and being paired with my newest best friends. We all have so much in common and appreciate each other for exactly who we are. Is living with six girls easy? Hell no. But we're ...
... and fridge were now empty we decided that this morning we would breakfast at Aldo's one last time to say good bye and "thanks for the memories".
We both enjoyed a macchiato and a beautiful fresh cornetto (croissant) then we left, on route to Chuisi, stopping only to fill the tank before returning our vehicle to Hertz in Chiusi. We crossed the road to the station for our 9.09 train that would take us to Florence, a two ...
This morning was another early morning because we were on the bus to Florence. The drive wasn't too. We had a few hours drive then stopped and got to see The Leaning Tower of Pisa which was... leaning. I didn't realise how leaning it actually was but it is on quite a lean. It is funny though because I always thought that it was bad ground that they built it on but it turns out they built the first three levels and then realised it was on a lean so tried ...
... de Medici. I got Gnocci Quattro Formaggi and my mom got Spaghetti alla Pomodoro- both were delicious! We also tried the house wine, which was really good too. As we started to head back towards the hotel we saw the street where we go tomorrow so that I can get my apartment keys. We stopped at a little bakery called Caffe Scudieri and got some cream puffs and mini cannolis for dessert, then at a little mini market to get some water and Limoncello. We brought it all back to ...
... stores now. (and graffiti) Florence is nice, probably not worth more than a day, maybe two. We went to the Medici chapels, saw all the things they build to memorialize themselves . . . . Medicis ran Florence for quite some time, starting in the 1400's, through to 1700 or 1800's. Anyways, they built an elaborate crypt, church and mausoleums. All done by Michelangelo. Florence is also ...