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... city, hands down, in the world that I have seen yet. I was in such a bad place yesterday I didn't take in a thing but during my 10 minute walk to the train station this morning I basically had my mouth open in awe the whole time. And my camera was most definitely out - proper tourist style. Last night, in the grand scheme of things, should have been a pretty good night. I got to the hostel and had to wait 4 hours to check in (I am on the final season of Breaking ...
... center of the snail to make our way back up the way we came. We stop for more shopping and a gelato. Liz takes a break, and since we have time and Liz needs to stop, we take Marcia to see the Duomo (St. Catherine’s).
There are two ways to get to the Duomo….one is flat and easy, the other involves about 100-thousand stairs. We took the wrong way. After we finished climbing the stairs, the look on Marcia’s face ...
... maybe our day out can start!
It took us about 45 minutes to go in to Florence on the shuttle bus from the campsite, which cost us E13 each. Lyn and I had loved our few days there last summer and were eager to show it to Tegz. The bus dropped us off at the back of the train station at 9.45am and was picking us up again at 5pm.
We walked into the centre and showed Tegz the outdoor and indoor market with all the stalls smelling ...
... I was so happy with her work! So, my advice ladies and gents- next time you are travelling abroad, get a new haircut! Trust the locals. I know can say I received an European style haircut:) AND I LOVE IT! Day 11: Sienna Soyoung and I ventured to Sienna for the day. Sarah stayed back to have a personal day, much like I did the day before. We took a train to Sienna and explored it for the afternoon. It was a very beautiful and old city. We lost ourselves in between tall buildings ...
... and it was surprisingly empty around the Leaning Tower as well (empty for a major tourist site, anyway). We took the obligatory pics of us in front of the tower, and chilled out in the sun with the other tourists as well. We managed to find a local bar to have some panini for lunch, rather than eat at the touristy trattoria in the main square which we were happy with. As it was lunchtime and cappuccinos are not allowed at this time in Italy, we both had macchiatos - a bit ...