Travel Blogs from Florence
I'm unexpectedly in a small city (town?) called Perugia, which is sort of near Assisi. The past four or five days have been strange, to say the least. I arrived in Florence on Saturday morning, and went to the hostel with a Japanese guy I'd met in Bologna. He'd been travelling for two years and seven months, and thinks he'll probably go home some …
... topped with powdered sugar and chocolate, filled with warm, melty Nutella. Again, no croissant will ever be the same for me. We ran into so many sketchy people and were so scared when we came across a clan of boys that were throwing things, damaging things, and falling over. We quickly made it back to our door and ran inside locking and dead bolting the doors behind us. We finished our early morning snacks and didn't fall asleep ...
... B run by a nice old Italian couple. We watched a few laps of the race and headed back to the finish line to catch the final moments.
From there, back to the hotel, check out all the handbags and t-shirts now adorning the room before some dinner.
Tomorrow, early start with the boys to get in a few laps of the full road race circuit before settling in to watch the Elite Mens Road Race.
... of pizza and Lyn had a calzone. We wandered through loads of market stalls, where the smell of leather from all the bags and coats was amazing. We wound our way back to the hotel,and was amazed to see Lyn's Endomondo had clocked it at over 5 miles....and we had forgotten to start it when we set off, so it was even more than that.
We got back to the hotel for a siesta at about 4pm, after finding a good supermarket nearby. We showered and went up to ...
... of my trusty Nikon and poisoned it. After taking it apart, drying out all of the individual pieces, reconstructing it, and repeating the entire process, we had to announce the time of death.
R.I.P. Nikon D40: 2006-2012. We had a good run.
I was too upset to be of much use (read: crying my eyes out), but Violet got on the internet to begin a search for camera stores in Florence. When we went to bed, we had a plan, and ...
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