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Another fairly early start - left home about 8.15 to walk to Piazza Michelangelo before brekkie. The strenuous walk uphill was worth it for the spectacular views of the city of Florence. On our way back down the hill we walked through the rose gardens, but must have missed the season because there were not many roses to be found. We then passed a local church and as Mass was about to start, Dianne and I stayed for that while the others ...
... very similar to Spanish so far. For dinner, Natalie ,Shelby and I went to this kebab place called Mesopotamia Kebabs and they were actually SO GOOD. We walked around for a bit then went back to the room and showered. I did my Italian homework and then we went for a walk to find Gelato around 11 pm haha. A lot of the places were closed so we ended up walking Allly D'alia (one ...
We checked out of our Hotel Mediterraneo in Rome and boarded a red high speed train this morning on our way to Florence. We checked into our hotel in Florence, we have a better Wifi connection in our room. Florence was originally named Florenzi, which translates to where flowers grow. We stopped at the Florence cathedral, known as their Duomo. It looks a lot like the Orvieto Duomo. The Florence Duomo ...
Today we had a relaxing start and bought traditional Tuscan pastries, cappuccino and breakfast sandwiches at a neighborhood shop. We walked to the train station where we rented bicycles for the whole day and began our adventure of navigating the streets of Florence. Sometimes the pedestrian traffic was thick, and we always had to watch out for cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles and vespas, but we had an AMAZING day! First we biked across the River Arno to the 'The Oltrarno'. The ...
... to the leather market. The gypsies go crazy for tourists in that area! Thank goodness the man that sold me a leather jacket, Franco, was nice enough to give us tips for staying in Florence. I got his card for discounts for the whole fam ;). To finish off our trip we headed up the hill to the lookout spot. You could see all of Florence from the top. I am going to attempt to find a spot like this in every city I go to. I'm 3 for 3. Next on the agenda was seeing the pope! Stay tuned kids. ...