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If you decide to make your next great get-a-way to Florence, Italy, you need this audiobook. There is a high probability you may contract Stendhal Syndrome, "a condition in which a person becomes lightheaded or dizzy because he or she has seen a lot of beautiful artwork in rapid succession."
A French author by the name of Stendhal visited Florence in 1817 and became dizzy and faint upon seeing all the incredible works of art throughout the city. The condition is also known as Florence Syndrome, and if you are lucky enough to journey to the home of the Renaissance, you might catch it too.
Florence is a magical city that attracts millions of visitors from around the globe. To make the most of your visit, download this audiobook, so you will be prepared to experience everything Florence has to offer.
Packed inside this handy guide are tips on what to bring that you may not realize you’ll need, like toilet paper. There is a dress code that should be adhered to when visiting Florence. No flip-flops allowed.
Did you know tipping is not allowed in Florence and handling the fruits and vegetables at the local markets is frowned upon? To live like the locals do, wear the proper attire and be respectful of their customs, and you will experience a vacation like no other!
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For people who never traveled before
It would be helpful to include in the introduction of this book that it is for old people in the mid-west of the United States who never traveled before. "tips" like "buy your plane ticket in advance", what hotels cost and "neutral colors (on clothes) can make you feel sophisticated too" are utterly useless. I have my plane ticket and hotel and know how to get dressed. There is nothing in this book about the history of Florence. It states "enjoy the renessanse" as an activity. Well, duh. This guide was not for me.
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This was Pretty basic with a few pearls, which is reasonable for the length I suppose