Villa Poggio di Gaville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... after Italian and English, Korean was on top of the language pamphlet. Of course. Koreans are crazy about beauty products. We then headed to San Croce cathedral which had separate entrances for mass and the actual church area was just used for tourist purposes. So we couldn’t really see the graves of Michelangelo, Dante, and Macchiavelli since we had missed the regular visiting hours. Also while ...
... eat my Kit Kat that I bought for “later”—ha! It was a gorgeous day, blue skies with interesting looking clouds. Florence was the first stop out of the Rome area (there was one stop just 7 minutes past the Termini station) so it was easy to figure out when to get off the train (it was continuing on to Milan).
The train station in Florence is similar but much smaller than the Termini station in Rome. I had my map of Florence so I was ...
... I accidentally pointed to a particular waffle cone that we wanted thinking we could get one scoop in that cone... Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you look at it) we ended up with huge ice creams which cost 6 euros each (approx $10!!). After this we just went on home past a number of shops along the way and had a quiet dinner and also scoped out somewhere to do some laundry. The third and last day we had in Florence we actually took a short hour drive to see the ...
... I decided that I simply wanted to get to Belgrade, and I took a bus.
Belgrade was cool to walk through for a few hours, but soon I felt like I wanted to get moving again, especially because I had thought of another place to visit: Venice.
The thing about hitchhiking is that it is unpredictable. Right up until Sofia it was pretty easy, then I got stuck and I had to take a bus. With that in mind I considered taking a bus from Belgrade to Zagreb, but ...
Florence 'the most beautiful city in Italy'-I'm not sure I agree with this quote but it's definitely a great place. Piazzas full of huge historic statues or churches magnifying social circles. This place is the home of Renaissance art. Botticelli, Micheal-Angelo, Carravaggio - they're all here. When I was at college I studied Art History. My teacher Huw was small and round. A welsh Henry VIII. I had a brain crush on him. The guy was full of so ...