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... at the Isolotto, the large fountain at the low end of the garden, and start the long walk back to our hotel. On the way Kim and Pam elect to do some shopping, so the rest of the party is off to the hotel. Warren and Andrew plan to stop at the Cantinetta Antinori for a glass of red but are disappointed to find out they are closed. So they settle for cold birra on the piazza by our hotel and await the shoppers return. As the Triolos ...
... We grabbed a stool around a barrel and ate the biggest and most delicious pizza. Franklin wanted to go to the Uffizi Gallery to see a famous painting of Venus but I wasn't that keen so I went to the leather market instead and bought myself a little black leather bag. I managed to bargain the guy down half price too - thanks India. I met up with Franklin afterwards for dinner but it was still a ...
... up in homesickness. Okay so, there is no way I would go to that game, anyway. I don't live in California and I am not a fan of either team. I think what I was missing was having the opportunity to do fun things like that. I mean, I could go to a soccer game while I'm here, but I feel like I've done enough of that on a previous trip to Europe and I'm really not a huge soccer fan. I think it's just that things are more difficult here. I can go out and walk around and ...
... didn't validate her ticket either. We learnt the hard way. A €1.20 invalidate ticket cost €50. We drank the vodka we got in rome to help simmer down after that one. Once we were calm we once again headed to the centre. We started with the Florence Cathedral. •The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church of Florence, Italy. Il Duomo di Firenze, as it is ordinarily called, was begun in 1296 in the Gothic style to the design of Arnolfo ...
... long in school and never imagined seeing in person. We both had a long chat about how even when we get super busy and stressed with the job, we need to take a step back and realize where we are and what we are doing and how insane cool it is. I just wanted to share that with everyone because I think that is a lesson everyone can apply no matter if you live in Michigan or Florida or the dirty dirty, God blesses us with so many things every day that ...
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