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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to go. I must have looked a state. He took me to the bus stop where I had to be to get to where I was going.
You know when you don't rely on public transport ever, it's a bit of a shock when you do have to use it. Not that I mind using it, it just takes a little getting used to how it all works.
Im off to Venice tomorrow. Can not wait!
On to my next venture.
End of thought.
We got to sleep in today and it was glorious. And by sleep in I mean 8am. Yepppp totally normal haha. Last night we got groceries and wine and stayed up playing card games and blasting music in our awesome place. It's super hipster and weirdly oriented and once again their isnt a dryer for clothes and you have to pull a handle to flush the toilet and it can only be flushed once every ten minutes and you can't turn washer ...
... And so cheap too. I found bargaining with the Italian stall holders the most fun because most of them had exactly the same stuff next door to each other. The other major attraction we saw was Ponte Vecchio, the old colourful bridge that really lights up the city with its beautiful architecture.
The next day began with bells ringing from the surrounding churches. Being a Sunday, I think made it even more ...
... to make sure we close the bathroom window before we use it as dozens of balconies and windows are just a few metres away with a direct view into 'our' bathroom! We can hear conversations clearly too, sometimes so clearly we think there are people walking up our own hallway. Lucky for them we can't understand a word they're saying! When we first arrived we were entertained with the noises of a loud children's birthday party for a few hours. We couldn't see them but ...
... a huge Plaza (Piazza San Giovanni) opened itself to us and there stood the most BEAUTIFUL church” The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Designed in the 13th Century the Cathedral or Duomo of Florence was the end result of years of work that covered six centuries of history. It is a symbol for the whole of Tuscany and the Fašade is like nothing you have seen before. Rather than Stone work being used as the primary material this beautiful structure is made with green and ...