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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we didn't celebrate Dimitri's birthday (again) but we did celebrate Bonnie (who will likely read this blog at some point - HAPPY BIRTHDAY BONNIE!). That above was written last night. Today (Wednesday) i woke up late. We took a train to an actual Cinque Terre village of Monterosso. We did a short walking tour using our guide books and at something quick there. I saw a board at one of the stores that said it was 27. It might have been but it was ...
... hardly remember it. Our hostel "plus hostel" was amazing, we have been staying in private rooms so we were dreading the 8 bed dorms. However the hostel was very clean, spacious. It had great wifi and a pool! However our roommates were snoring Asians which Lewis suffered with little sleep. We just chilled at the pool the first day as Rome had destroyed us! We met lots of cool people and ...
... on Friday the 13th. Five minutes after I arrived in the town center it started pouring torrential rain with intense thunder, lightning and even hail. Though I didn't get to see many of the sights, I still had fun running around in the rain, occasionally taking shelter in some of the shops and talking with merchants. And though the views of Florence weren't stereotypical and sunny, I still thought it was beautiful to see the storm passed over the city in the distance and move south. ...
Around 9pm last night we arrived off the flight from London Gatwick and made our way via the very easy airport bus to central Florence. The bus/train station Santa Maria Novella is pretty much in the center of the city and as Florence isn't all that large we had a ten minute walk to find the hostel- definitely one of the easiest transits i've ever done! The hostel was in a traditional Tuscan ...
... the day. The kids especially loved the hands-on exhibits at the end of the tour (well, we did the hands-on exhibits both at the beginning and the end :).
We then crossed the Ponte Vecchio and headed off to the ...