Hotel Villa Betania
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... so friendly, cheap and delicious! I then headed over to an academic building where I had to apply for the permit to stay so that I would be legal in Italy. I got to relax in my apartment for most of the day, it was nice beading and having the view of the Ponte Vecchio! I did take a small walk before dinner and found this amazing ring shop! It has an adorable pig ring, and then rings with ...
... br> -Syrian refugee children begging and twenty of them living in a tiny, tiny house
-women in full on *Burkas* walking down the street
-cats dumpster diving
-big fluffy stray dogs being fed by old ladies
-tea, tea, and more tea!!!!
-our favorite lunch spot, run by an old man and his family
-Agora, the best restaurant ever. Seriously.
-ferry rides ...
... basilica. This is a rich medieval church where you can find Galileo, Michelangelo, and many other important figures buried. It was/is beautiful.
'School' is great. From hard sciences to classes like pairing food & wine and studio arts; it's a nice break. I have a sinking feeling that I am going to have an awful work ethic once I get back in the ...
... where all the sewage must go for the city. I think it grossed him out a little. I thought it seemed like a coating of Disneyworld was applied over its authentic age. The city seemed to be on sale. And why not, all of the tourists are buying. And there were plenty. Packed. From nut to butt, people. Apparently today was Italy's Independence Day. Independence from who, I don't know. But this meant a packed Venezia. Jared stayed in awe and thought ...
... just walked along the river and across it. Florence is a very small city, so we really managed to get everything in we wanted to in those few days. Our flight back was around 10:00 and I had no complaints on the way home. We got into the center of London around 2:30 and we were going to take night buses home, but it was pouring and we were cold and exhausted so we grabbed a taxi, which was definitely the best decision. I ended up going to sleep around 4:00 once we were all situated. ...