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What to Expect on a Tuscan Bike Tour

The Florence historic centre is undoubtedly beautiful, although the busy city life can sometimes prove to be a little stressful. Whether it's the little Italian grannies with anger management issues pushing in front of you, or the street vendors thrusting toilet-shaped lighters in your face, we all need a little serenity in our lives. Also, if you are anything like me, then you know more about the dive bars ...

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Unforgettable Moments and Mistakes In Florence, Italy

Everywhere you go in the world, something unforgettable happens. It maybe jaw dropping, pee-your-pants laughter, or heart-touching and full of emotions, but no matter what those moments or mistakes are, they always make the best stories. Here are mine from my time in Florence, Italy. 1. Riding bikes through the Tuscan countryside This is something you must do when your in Italy. The vast rolling hills of ol ...

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Michelangelo’s David Needs Your Help

He’s chiseled, he’s sculpted, and he’s famous. He has all the Renaissance ladies and present-day gals lined up at his door just waiting to gawk over him. Reaching about 14 feet 3 inches in height, Michelangelo’s miraculous David is one of the most impressive works of art to this day — and he could use a hand. To commemorate the 450th anniversary of Michelangelo’s death, The Florentine Press, publishing hous ...

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