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... They seem to be able to get themselves half way through the process before you realise it's not just a helpful local! Couldn't find the platform we needed so asked an unfriendly customer service lady where to find it and were snapped at with a scowl that she didn't decide which platforms trains left from - apparently 'which platform will this train leave from?' translated into Italian means 'what the hell are you thinking making that train leave from there?' Anyway, platform 1 turned ...
... we fortunately all had spares. Joel was with a few guys on another floor but it worked out well and he paid to hire a towel. After doing a bit of washing we headed down to dinner in the hostel. Was fancy with a plate of antipasto for entrée, and then shared mains of chicken, sausage, ribs and salad. We even got a little bowl of lemon gelato for dessert. Bit spoilt.
We got coaxed into joining some of our group and the majority of ...
... which was delicious. There were so many of us! Alex, Gab (aka Galaxy), Jason, Jackson, Dustin, and then Alex's friends and I. I got lasagna and it was amazing. After, we walked to go get gelato and then went out for a little bit to start Alex's birthday festivities.
Friday was a makeup day so I went to class and then hung out with Haley for a little bit. I went to All'Antico Vinaio and got a panini and then took it and sat in Piazza Repubblica for a little ...
... in time to enjoy the street market and lunch before our Florence itinerary officially began.
From the train station, we took a cab through the very narrow streets to the Hotel Brunelleschi. Since our suite was not yet ready, we left our bags and ventured out to see what we could before our 2 p.m. appointment at the Accademia to see Michelangelo's "David." "David" is a masterpiece. Made from a discarded piece of marble (we're talking BIG piece of ...
... as was everyone, then we walked around the adjacent building. to our amazement there,s a quite ornate and beautiful church therethat deserves more attention than the tower built by a dodgy italian builder.
back to florence by train and time for a siesta.
after a nice rest in the aircon of our room, it was time to challenge the "best" gelato, vitoli, with another shop, grom. all gluten free, full marks so far, ...