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Every teenager in Europe is in Florence today

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Our first day here and I cannot believe the masses of high school aged teens everywhere! I guess it must be spring break. I will consult school calendars before I plan our next trip.

Spent the day doing 2 walking tours to get the lay of the land. We had a great guide, Daniela ( a very knowledgable gentleman who spoke very good English) and despite it being a bit blustery, we enjoyed both tours.

The tours are free, we did tip him at the end of each one.


http://www.florencefreetour.com

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