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... leather. Then we drove on to the actual leather land, Florence. By the time we got there we relaxed in our rooms just long enough to marvel at there size (compared to the Swiss cabins, this was a kingdom) and to freak out that our bed was going to collapse (a kingdom with very dodgy thrones, it appears). Then we headed down for dinner. It was a family style meal, though I made the mistake of going to the bar during, which meant by the time I'd returned, ...
It's finally OCTOBER 4th meaning my parents arrive in the beautiful city of Florence, Italy today! I have been so stressed out trying to plan trips, hotels, flights, etc. for them but I'm so excited to share this experience with them, even if it is only for ten days! I took a taxi by MYSELF to the airport. Kind of sketchy but I survived. I couldn't wait to surprise them at the airport! I made a "Schreiner" sign and everything! I was so happy to see them, ...
... minor help from the bus driver) proceeded to squeeze 48 large bags and a bunch of smaller ones in the luggage compartment of the coach. All the while the coach was double-parked and cars and scooters were whizzing by…hence why no students were asked to assist! Somehow it managed to work, even though that some of the bags have grown quite considerably since we arrived…(too many souvenirs perhaps?)
The bus trip took ...
3. Jeannette: David
4. Jake: David
Darn, that was four. He was a sight worthy of changing our number.
Tonight we enjoyed a dinner of chicken, gnocchi, pork, and pizza at Lo Spuntino. We picked the place partly thanks to their advertisement of Free Wi-Fi, which has brought you the updates and pictures from the last three days.
Tomorrow we are headed for a day trip to Lucca and Pisa.
... base to explore from.
After settling in and sorting ourselves, we wandered over the river (to the centre of the historical centre) to have a look around and explore. The middle part over the river is 90% pedestrian (with some rapidly moving scooters and bikes for good measure) so it was nice just to be able to walk freely all over the place. It's all very pretty with a lot of small little details, reminding us of Brugge where it's more of a museum than a real life city ...
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