- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it looks awesome) but decide to leave it til tomorrow. When I get back to the hostel it's still early enough in New Zealand to Skype home, which is good because I've been realising lately just how far away I am from everything familiar. After that I have gluten free cake and a tasty cappuccino before wandering around Florence for a bit. Florence is a nice walkable city, and has a lot of stores with reasonable (comparably) prices. I take a break from sightseeing ...
... only half full and there is a much valued space between me and the girl next to me, who hasn't spoken a word to me yet. To my right I have been entertained by a big Thai man who has spread himself across the 4 middle seats in a sort of showy "ha-guys-look-how-much-free-space-I-hav e-I-might-as-well-be-in-business-class. " Mate, you are in economy and you must now be fully aware of this as you've been told off about 4 times now by members of the cabin crew when you're supposed ...
... friendly italian gestures which invited my apples and pasta and dish clothes onto his conveyor belt. We reached the end of my stash and I pulled out my card ready to proceed with pre-arranged signing process. He took my card and handed me the keypad. I thought he had just simply forgotten our conversation a few minutes prior so I smiled and reminded him I was going to sign for it to which he said cooly oh no not an option. If that wasn't ...
... I actually had built up a bit of excitement to go, because I had been so defeated on the weekend and I was ready to utilise my mini kitchen and escape from the carb-loaded pasta, pizza and bread on offer just for one night at least. As soon as we entered the supermarket both our faces lit up. Before our eyes we saw Apples for €1 a kilo, 1L bottles of orange juice for 70c and a packet of tomatoes for €2. But just as we thought life ...
... smiling when asking for food. I sacrificed dinner, ended up buying a scoop of a flavour of gelato I could never describe to you if I tried and hopped into bed at 7pm defeated by the culture. Despite my construction of this post as one which presents me as a victim, I actually see yesterday's experience as a blessing in disguise. I start my language course on Monday and have never been more excited (or desperate) to start learning. Hopefully in the next few weeks ill ...