Soggiorno Antica Torre
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... nearly as elaborate as others we have seen. Up the hill we trudged to Piazzale Michelangelo and San Miniato Church for fantastic views over the city. On to Ponte Vecchio bridge where we could only "look". We had more success at the leather markets and made a few purchases. Off to the organic gelato shop which always had a long line. The best gelato in Italy was very creamy, delicious. Next day was a 12 hour ...
... bit so that I could actually throw things away. I took the bags out and replaced them, but I left the full bags next to the barrels. Literally all they have to do is take the already tied bags to the dumpster two minutes away from where we live. Today is Thursday and they have already left for another weekend of partying. Maybe I'll move the bags into their bedrooms so they get the hint. Honestly with the state of their bedroom, they might not even ...
... gentleman immediately piped up with 'oh in the U.S. we have a cartoon called Thomas, he'd like that'. Can you imagine the disappointment and surprise when I told him that Thomas is actually a British export written by a vicar?! Rosetta is providing the food tonight, and after a little eavesdropping (do you have that word in the U.S.?) I know that one course will be a pasta with courgettes and prawns, and one will be stuffed fish (the type wasn't mentioned whilst I ...
... walking around all day and desperately needing caffeine (well, me anyway) we decided to head to Burger King in the hope of quick and easy food. Mission accomplished with the added bonus of having beer included with our meal - through a straw of course!
Florence is definitely a beautiful city and full of things to stumble upon, restaurants and cafes to stumble into and streets to wander down.
... you would never think so to look at it. The three of us bought some lunch items to share at a supermarket right around the corner from our hotel, and ate on our balcony. After lunch, we went down to the Arno River, which offered some beautiful views despite the heat. When we returned we met our fourth roommate, Jory, shortly before we were due to meet our program staff and the rest of the students.
We met up at 5:00 (or 17:00, as I'm meant ...