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... bomb was detonated so that "all passer bys will remember the barbaric act that took place on May 27, 1993 and that all those that suffered will be in our minds and hearts."
The afternoon was an adventure of unimaginable proportions: don't ask whose bright idea it was to do a Vesper (motorbike) tour of the outskirts of Florence as it seemed a good idea at the time we booked a few months ago...thanks Les! Firstly the blurb ...
... the afternoon exploring the many lane ways with beautiful hand crafted jewellery and leather factories. Whilst the hand made Italian jackets looked lovely and would have suited these world travellers our backpacking budget certainly didn't have room for a €450 purchase. Another funny thing that afternoon was coming across a massive derelict building covered in American dollar bills. This building has been in public hands for a long time and ...
... with me by noting the emergence of people being
bi- and trilingual these days.
Wandering the back alleys. I stumbled upon a cramped tea
shop, rushing in to sample the beverages and look at the prices. The inside of
Tealicious was nothing more than a couch, a shelf with metal tins and a small
woman named Marcela. She greeted me with a huge smile, asking which language we
would be speaking in, being able to choose between ...
... which is in a perfect location.
It is in a square right next to the (fake) statue of David (I’ve heard you can’t take pictures of the real one so this is the one people take pictures of). We are actually staying at a bed and breakfast place, but we don’t get breakfast…haha. Anyways room is great it’s actually like an apartment. Two rooms and a mini kitchen. I would love to live right here in this place for a ...
... fast paced city. We stopped really quick on a quieter street and everyone jumped off the bus! We were headed to the Piazza Del Popolo; keep in mind we had already done a walking tour this morning in Florence.
The group was all feeling tired and a bit grumpy, but everyone made the best of getting on with the tour. We got a few minutes to take photos of the first Piazza and my first impression was, ...