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... my hand and I licked it off! We finished our pastries in record timing and contemplated turning around to get more - not once, but several times! We decided not to, but just told each other that it would be an excuse to come back again! I know that I will definitely be visiting a lot more frequently (7 days a week)! Let's just say, no pastry will EVER even come close in competition to the one from the secret bakery! NOM NOM NOM!
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... were all closed, but soon realised that not only was it siesta time, but it was Sunday, and everyone was either at church or watching football. We soon found a little pizza place (full of men watching football) and took a seat. Within minutes we were delivered two serves of tomato bruschetta and two glasses of proseco on the house. We shared a pizza before making tracks to see if we could 1. Find the car, 2. See if our luggage was still ...
This morning, we're heading to Florence as a group for a walking tour with a local! We get to the meeting spot at 9am and begin our tour. We see all the different sights and take photos along the way. The tour lasts about 1.5hrs. Once the tour is done, we're ready for some lunch. Michelle mentioned the florentine steak & that it was incredible. Sam, Ange, Jackson, Luke, Paige, Jackie, Jo and I decide to find somewhere to have lunch but it's only 11am and ...
... it still baffles me that tourists don’t buy their tickets in advance. How can seeing a statue, even one as gigantic and iconic as David be worth it after you’ve waited in line for two hours or more? Yea, I don’t know either. For any major tourist attraction buy your tickets in advance and avoid the long lines or queues as they call them in Europe. We were able to ...
... a general direction to a park (Giardino Vegni) that over looks the entire city. On our way we passed so many little markets and vendors and purses and leather and scarves and jewelry! We also passes the Duomo, but we are saving going there for tomorrow. It looks absolutely gorgeous from the outside, I can't imagine what it will be like inside! We continued walking down a main ...