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... for dessert. Tonight.. Some apple crisp pie. It was great. Wine was local chianti and never disappoints! Walked home with full bellies and a bet on which of us knew the fastest way to get back to our apartment. Blaine won. I still haven't figured out this city. And because of me, we walked an extra 20 minutes. Ugh... I guess we needed the exercise anyway. :-) Off to bed and excited about tomorrow! Uffizi and Academia here we come! Ciao! ...
... mountains. Importantly, there is good water flow in the shower :-). The bells ring on the quarter hour. Mercifully they stop after 9. Cortina is pretty quiet right now. It's high season is November through February for skiing, then July and August. We are told it will pretty much close up in October. There are quite a few places that are closed, although it is hard to tell how much is due to the season or to the economy. We hear the economy is quite ...
... pasta, a tip from Sophie's sister that really paid off. Walking around some more we saw the Westin, a rooftop bar we wanted to go to, it began to rain, just like it did every night in rome so we headed back to the well air-conditioned hotel to wait for the rain to stop. When we noticed our picnic plans were through.... We had planned to picnic on top of Pizzale Michaelangelo's, but not ...
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Next stop was a visit to a leather factory and showroom, followed by free time for the rest of the day. Went with Rachel and Lisa to a pizzeria to have a real Italian pizza. I ordered a prosciutto (ham) pizza which was quite good. Unlike pizzas in Australia, the pizzas over here are quite basic, all of the pizzas over here had a maximum of four toppings, and didn't seem to have a lot of herbs or sauces, ...
This day was organised with the hotel ( reception staff at the Palace Hotel in Viareggio are wonderfully helpfull , I had no clue how far or how to get their . 2 hours and 8 euros later and Voila Firenze !! I was advised to use the hop on and off service located outside the main station , it was 15 euros but I simply can't recommend it enough , I was able to choose those places I ...
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