San Giorgio e Olimpic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... go into the secret pathways and rooms that not many people at all even know that these places exist, not even visiting them! The coolest part was when we got to go into the secret pathway that was hidden behind a framed map! Especially seeing the look on people's faces when we came back out from there!! It was one of the best tours I have ever been ...
We had the next day dedicated to florence. I want this blog to be honest, so I'll tell you we hated Florence. I mean the lookouts pretty but after being surrounded by so much natural beauty on this trip, it's hard to be excited about a place like this. There are a lot of gypsies and beggars and it's the first place I have not felt ...
... Piazza della Signoria by the Uffici to go on a walking tour of Florence at 10 AM sharp, so will try to get an early start to walk down there. I saw a No. 23 bus go by, so that's reassuring. I found a classical radio station so that's a big improvement to the spicy music I had on before. Big triumph did my laundry after having to check with Irene which bottle actually detergent in it. It's supposed to rain ...
... and zooming cars as though they could not arrive at their destination fast enough! Pedestrians are extremely low on the hierarchy of the road here, too. My ears have already become attuned to listening for incoming traffic so that I can get on the sidewalk and avoid being run over.
These past couple of days I have been going to class and beginning to establish a routine. It was kind of overwhelming having an entire semester's worth of ...
... meet some New Zealanders, Canadians, Sri Lankans and another few Americans. Our first tour starts on Ponte Vecchio which is the oldest surviving bridge in Florence and meanders through the city, through the Uffizi, the Town Hall, (including those masterpieces in the piazza, collected by or commissioned by the Medici family, especially Cosimo), the Granary Church and then a quick rest for Gelato, before the cathedral of the Duomo. ...