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Travel Blogs from Florence
... in its entirety. So
amazing. I was sooo thankful for getting to see all these attractions today.
For dinner, we finally tried Aperitivo, which is the Italian
buffet style of having a drink and side dishes buffet. It was really good to
try the different dishes, and I think the portions were perfect. Looking
forward to trying out more in Rome!
... with Miss Adelaide, to enjoy some shade, quiet time and the grass amongst our toes. However, the gardens in Florence are not as accessible as we thought. After many kilometres on foot, looking for one of the city's many green spaces, 2:30pm rolled past and we were still garden less and quickly becoming crispy in the cheeks ourselves. Eventually we found a small entrance in a suburban area to the Biboli Gardens and we raced for the garden's ...
... we have lots of great things waiting for us at home, too. Summer vacation! Time off work! A puppy! A new house to unpack! I think before we go the last phases will be: wanting to head home, then being sad our trip is over. P.S. after Byron was bragging about Wasabiya sushi back home, which I hadn't missed until he said it, we saw a restaurant last night called Wabi Sabi. It seemed like fate. While the sushi was good...sushi in Italy is very expensive FYI!! ...
... awe inspiring in some ways, it has been barracks, a prison, and now a museum. The courtyard in the center is where prisoners were executed during early Renaissance times up until a Grand Duke of Tuscany abolished the practice. Again, it was a moment of just breathing in the history, knowing that where I stood, people have been passing through for hundreds of years before me. It was also, as every Palazzo I have entered, beautifully decorated and intricate, ...
One of the good things about travelling on your own – Bao Anh is supposed to travel with me but he got his visa rejected :'( – is the utmost flexibility. You are free to do whatever you want, be it shortening your stay at boring places or delaying your train to further enjoy the scenery. Florence was the city where I fully utilized my flexibility ...
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