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... carrying miscellaneous whatever on bodies, acting as human racks, trudging around the streets and sidewalks littered with trash. Let me hasten to say, I have nothing against immigrant street vendors… but when you walk and walk and see nothing but immigrant street vendors you start asking the question, “OK, uh, who’s in charge here? Are there any rules…. Is there any security, any rule of law?… is there anyone who actually has a permit to ...
... of the nicest Italian people I have met. They helped me when I was lost; they gave me information on the best things to see in the city and they were just so friendly. I suppose it helps when you can speak the language badly; they get really excited then; it also may have helped that I am an attractive girl-only men helped me. They seemed surprised that I was Australian-they don't get many Australian tourists there but my guess is that they think they ...
... We were approached by a man offering us his taxi for 40 euro, (thats $60 to go 4 kms) we declined his offer and jumped into a taxi at the taxi stand which took us straight to our hotel for half that amount (probably still more than we should of paid) were we left our luggage and went out to look for something to eat.
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... around the city. go see the David because his sheer size is simply jaw-dropping even for non-art lovers and the Accademia museum is small so you could make the reservation, see David (right by the entrance) & leave. Discover the Statue of David, Ponte Vecchio, the Medici Palace & much more on our locally guided walking tour of Florence See the Duomo, Basilica Santa Croce, Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistry & Piazza della ...
... still not completely excavated, a third remaining untouched, hidden beneath the earth. The city is largely as it was at the time it was destroyed by the volcanic eruption 2000 years ago. It was like travelling back in time. Original store signs can be seen, original paintwork on homes, graffiti scratched in the walls, art and beds of a brothel, columns, monuments, baths, laundry rooms, wine bars and most amazingly, human remains. Bones, and complete body casts that outline the ...