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... machines that are working. The line moves faster than Hinesh so I get to the top, let the next couple of people through and decide to get to the back of the line (since its moving pretty fast). Hinesh returns with our tickets and explains he took so long only cause he was helping an old man try to buy a ticket. My beloved is always helping strangers, I'm so lucky to be with someone so kind.
We validate our tickets before boarding (warning to those travelling to Italy, make ...
... that we like touring the tourist spots more in the winter time. We also walked down to Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Palace area. The lines were so long and they were not letting people in! the Piazza Signoria was gorgeous with all the great statues. Eventually we also found the market area and the food market – which was great. We bought some vin santo and biscotti for my aunt and ...
Embarking on our journey of our first full day in Florence, we decided to go to the leaning tower of Pisa. This was an impromptu trip, and it wasn't in our itinerary, but since we have been eating under our budget, Blaze and Trotter decided it would be awesome to go see it. So we took an hour train ride to the town of Pisa. Upon arrival, I was expecting bare land, and then just the tower of Pisa. But I was a little off. When we got there, there was a city, and we had ...
... sense for the franks (ain't nothing to see here....literally, some of them have nothing) but I'm not so sure about the beans, they were huge. And apparently they were big into waxing back then too as there is very little representation of hair.
As I stepped outside the Uffizi a glorious sunny day had appeared. This made for a very pleasant lunch by the Arno river, followed by a stroll across the Ponte Vecchio. You ...
Today we took a tour to Cinque Terre. Cinque Terre are five
small villages all the mountainous coastline that are connected by train, road,
walking trail, and boat. The industry in the villages is tourism, farming, and
fishing. The farming includes grapes, lemons, and olives and is done on
terraces constructed up the hillside.
It was a two hour and forty five minute bus ride from