Residenza di Campagna Montelleri
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... with them came all the stress we had anticipated. After my last test on Thursday all I could think about was thank god we are getting on a plane tomorrow morning and going to Italy. Turns out that wasn't in the plans for us. Around 6:00pm Thursday I got a text on my phone from our airline company informing me that there had been airline strikes in Italy and several flights throughout Friday had been cancelled. Sure enough our flight was one of them. ...
... digital sign that the temperature was 27', and went back to our hotel to change and go out for dinner, which we did at 9pm. It was another of Susan's recommendations to try authentic Florence pizza at a nearby pizzeria. Cafe Italiano was small and it's menu even smaller, but the pizza was outstanding in Craig's view. Ang revealed the next day that she hated it. They were quite juicy which seems strange but added flavour. Real deal pizza's are ...
I'm writing on my train from Florence going to Venice to begin my two week adventure around Europe. After packing, cleaning, and everything in between, I'm moved out of my apartment and saying 'see you later' to Flo, my home for the last month. I'll miss this pretty city so much that I refuse to say a permanent goodbye. I'll be back. So to avoid getting emotional about leaving I'll keep it simple. Peace out, Florence. It's been real. ...
... catching up and found ourselves being ushered in to Trattoria ZaZa, just off the San Lorenzo market square. We ordered and had a great chat, sharing experiences and highlights of our respective trips. Grabbed a few pictures. The food arrived and was fantastic, all the different pastas and gnocchis we tried were spot on. (Andrew especially raved about the truffle sauce – ask him!) It was a real highlight of our trip.
We broke ...
... the statues were usually naked - mum why do they not wear clothes & by the end could not even look at the statues! Meg enjoyed the experience & Tom tried his best as we told him his year 7 art teacher would be impressed he had been here!
There is a photo of Marty looking at a blank wall on the way art contemplating this art - he got so many few looks and back turns - It was hilarious to watch!
By then it was 3.30pm & we needed ...