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... system doesn't fill up that quickly). I caught the bus to Sarah's side of town - the south side of the Arno river, or Oltrarno. It wasn't far from the station at all but with luggage in tow, I figured I'd same myself some time and energy... until I missed my stop. Oh well... you win some, you lose some.
Sarah met me at her AirBnB place in the break from her Italian language school, then rushed back to class which was exactly...2 blocks away. For ...
... Francis here, and the tombs of Michelangelo, Dante, and Galileo are here as well. The Leather School behind the church was started after World War II to give orphans a trade in leather work. As it is Sunday none of the artisans is at work, so we miss seeing the techniques but enjoy seeing the many products created here.
Greg and Todd have returned to Florence before their departure for home the next day. We ...
We left our hotel early in the morning to get to the train station to go to Florence. We tried to use the self service ticket machine but that said there were not trains until 7pm. So we queued for an hour to get tickets and got on a 10.30 train. The trains are super fast and go at about 300 kilometres per hour. So we got to Florence at about lunchtime. When we had checked into our hotel we headed out to ...
Five weeks in already?! I know that I'm going to blink and this whole thing will be over. I keep thinking about how easy this semester is going school-wise and how I really need to cherish it before next year. I really need to cherish everything about this experience! Though I have to say, the honeymoon period is over.
I'm absolutely still in awe of everything that I see and do. Europe is so incredibly different from America, it's still ...
But Nina's recommended restaurant is just too yuppie
So we opt for Borgo Antico
Queen Salad, spinach, sun dried tomatoes, lots of pecorino, almonds
And Pizza with tomatoes, bufalo mozzarella and parma ham
And a mix of Italian and Johnny Cash ringing
And to be fair, yuppie in it's own low key way...
The long walk back through crowds and glitsy shopping
To the Duomo
And a welcome end to the ...