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Four Days In Florence.

       
Firenze 


   Hi I have just returned from a  lovely trip  to Florence in Italy,   we booked it a couple of weeks ago, I never thought we would get flights, but we did and off we went, I surprised myself really, when I book a trip it's usually months in advance and I have to plan every detail I don't know what your like my dear readers, I think it's a confidence thing,  this is the first time I have let someone else plan a trip and  I just went with the flow, not like me at all. I came to the conclusion of, why am I worrying life is to short just go with it. And I did.


Ciao Italia


Our Room With A View.


       We landed 9.00 am,  after a rather quite flight from Manchester Airport, weather was 17 degrees and a mixture of cloudy and sun.  Very different from the cool rainy UK, we had just left.  Hotel was a small boutique type I did want to say which one it was, but my partner has asked me not to name names, for privacy. reasons and I respect that. One day I will get him on the blog, you will see. 
     But it was so nice my partner doesn't speak Italian only a few words and dirty sayings, naughty boy   so he left me to do the talking. 
   I always feel at home when I am in Italy, I think I have mentioned before my parents are from Italy but I was born in the UK and I have been coming here since I was a child.  My family are from all over Italy but my Grandfather was born 20 minutes outside of Florence. But as my partner put it this trip was so see Florence not family.  I will be back to see them.  
    I don't want this post to be travel post really as I am not very good at that kind of thing, much  more of me telling my friends if you know what I mean,  I have to be a bit careful about details as I promised I wouldn't say to much but I wanted to tell you all were I had been the last few days,  because it was so lovely and I had as great time.


Far to much pizza.
                                                         





    We did stuff our face's we went to a fantastic pizzeria, I am not that great with toppings, so I was a bit boring,  why does pizza always taste better in Italy.  We did a lot of walking, We wanted to see as much as we could as I haven't been into Florence itself for years, we were  tourists this time so we were going  to do touristy things yay.    I have eaten a lot seen a lot walked a lot and laughed a lot, and I will be going back a lot, if we can.  I have shared some photo's don't worry it's only a few, I don't want to bore you with holiday snaps. Other people's holiday snaps eww.  So till the next time Arrivederci  Firenze.




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  1. GREAT post - I've been there once with my wife and we loved it - and there is NEVER too much pizza!

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    1. Your right you can never have to much pizza, thanks so much for your comment.X

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  2. Awesome. I can tell you had fun. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.
    X
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  3. Ive always wanted to go! I'm finally able to travel again and trying to pick a location. So excited.....just can't narrow down a location:) Glad you had fun!

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  4. Italy is so stunning, you should try to go, I'm glad you can travel again, Enjoy X

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  5. How lovely! I would love to visit Italy one day :)

    Renee @ Maritime Mama

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  6. I would love to visit Italy one day. I'm glad you had fun. Great post!

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  7. Italy is lovely.. Been to Florence too. Wish I could speak better Italian!

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