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... starting to exist now that the semester is starting to end. Time is a very valuable thing.
Back to talking about Florence…. I realized in Florence that Rome felt like Rome and Florence felt more like I thought Italy would feel like.
We arrived in Florence later in the evening. After checking into the hostel, we wondered the streets of Florence. The streets were narrow and often curved slightly, hiding the ...
... Hope they bring back happy memories for those who've been here. ;-))
We leave Florence knowing we have only touched the surface of this wonderful city; however the memories we take with us are very special. Tomorrow morning we are on the bus to Siena where we will pick up a car before finding our way to our next home for 5 nights - an apartment on a wine farm in the Chianti area of Tuscany.
Uneventful and actually surprisingly pleasant trip from Boston to Paris. I was delighted by the staff on our Delta flight and also with the snacks, free movies and a free glass of wine. Very salty and mushy pasta, but not gross. I'd give it a "fair". I'm sure the food we'll eat in Italy will compensate. Jake and I had been anticipating a fee for movies and were going to try a life hack that I read about where you use any random card with a magnetic strip to pretend to pay for ...
We started the day with a walking tour of Florence. Our local guide was really good looking. We found out that there is a lot of art everywhere around Florence. The Duomo was gorgeous. We learned that it is called St. Mary's of the flower, it is the religious center of Florence and is made of marble. The white marble represents faith, the red charity and the green hope. We saw Ponte Vecchio, the bridge with shops lining ...
... filmed. (My brother loved that:)) We were greeted by Peter, a really nice guy from the UK. We walked into the house, and had tea with Peter and then he showed my dad and I around the adorable little neighborhood in Istanbul, called Balat! Since there is so much to tell, I will just do bullet points, or else you would be reading this all day:
-bread, bread, and more, ...