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... directed to the Grand Hotel Baglioni for a small orientation by API and then escorted to the top of the Hotel for a rooftop garden dinner! We had an exquisite three course meal while having a beautiful view of Florence and the duomo! words cannot describe how beautiful and breathtaking it was!
after we finished eating delicious real italian food, we went back to the hotel to hopefully get some rest!
... oh my, it is now a recipe I think I will take home with me. I also made a salad and SANGRIA... Can't beat that. Highlight of the day: a kitchen Day 13: florence We spent the day wandering the streets of Florence, it doesn't get old. We went to the market to barter with some salesmen. I bought a few things, a few for myself and a few as gifts. It was a good day! We stopped to have some cappuccino and some Italian pastry, it was delish! Soyoung made us some homemade Korean food and, ...
... glad to see our other roomies made it home as
well! The stories that were told this morning, made it seem like both of
us had a great night. Jenna, Dani, and Lauryn stole a rolling rack to
hang clothes over and tipped over a homeless guy's bike, and Stephanie
and myself were VIP Americana all night long getting free drinks! We are all staying in
tonight and resting for our trip to Cinque Terre tomorrow bright and
... and were are sharing with two other couples from Holland, very cosy. They insist that the window stays shut so the cabin is red hot so stand in the corridor next to the open window for he next 6 hours watching Germany roll by. Our meal reservation is 20:30, the food was good but the air con was faulty and blasted icy air out for the full meal :( Came back to the cabin and the triple bunk beds ...
... nearly fell asleep listening to the clickety clack of the wheels on rail. By the time we got back it was dinner time so we browsed the streets before coming across a typical Italian restaurant about 1km from the hotel. They barely spoke a word of English so we tested our Italian skills, with the help of our phrase book, and ordered our meals without speaking any English! I think the locals appreciate us trying. The food was very tasty so we were happy. On ...