Villino Blu Holiday
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... well and we were shown to our relatively new White Vespas while the others hopped aboard their rather dilapidated smart ones. Our tour guide Alisa, who drove us up there, speeding and texting all the way, took off on her Vespa at a cracking pace and we got as far as the next bend when one of the girls fell off. She heroically continued to the next bend where she again fell when confronted by a car coming the other way and then she ran into a little ...
... the guests of their country. Even in the cafes, restaurants, and markets we stopped in to while in Florence, our lanky, stylistically impaired, and clearly American family often found ourselves shoulder-to-shoulder with native Florentines enjoying a tight-rolled cigarillo after their dinner. Italy may have lost some of its quiet Mediterranean quaintness in the wake of mass tourism in the 21st century, but its culture and traditions ...
... we reached the campground, which was a complete dive. It had terrible facilities. Sure it had a great panoramic view, which in summer must be lovely sitting in the pool looking at, but it was wasted on us as it was very cold and full of mozzies. Went to bed saying, "I hate bloody Florence. I don’t even want to go into town anymore."
The camp was actually located about 7km away in a town called Fiesole. This made for a lovely ...
... my hostel in Venice) which I decided to get on and just play dumb if I got caught. Unfortunately I was on a train called the 'fast train' which is very proper with assigned seat etc... I was sooo stressed the whole trip that I would be busted! I waited for everyone to sit before finding a free seat and sitting down. I saw inspectors a couple of time and my heart just raced! I could sleep, I couldn't read I just stressed. ...
... all the tourist stops. Our favorites were: the bridge with a bunch of haphazardly placed apartments on top of it. The street view reminded us of the old lady who lived in a shoe, where everything sticks out differently. The duomo, which is so big it's kind of ridiculous. It takes forever to walk all around it and we kept wondering what in the world they do with all that space inside? And we love all the narrow streets that ...
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