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Tour Segway Florence
"Visit the Pearl of the Renaissance at night when the famous sights of Florence are well lit and most fascinating. Our tour of Florence lasting two hours is an unforgettable way to see Florence.The Tour of Florence on Segway is limited to small groups so as to ensure an unforgettable experience. • Piazza del Duomo• Baptistery• Republic Square• Church Orsa Michelle• Market Porcellino• Piazza della Signoria• Loggia dei Lanzi (Perseu)• Palazzo Vecchio• Piazza Santa Cro"""Visit the Pearl of the Renaissance in segway when the famous sights of Florence are well lit and most fascinating. This tour of Florence
From EUR85.00
 
Florence Art and Street Food WalkingTour
"Combine art and food and you will get the best tour.Spend two hours discovering the principal attractions of Florence the birthplace of the first gelato. Try one of the best one made with fresh ingredients while visiting the three main squares of Florence: Piazza Signoria Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Duomo.Entering in the hidden medieval district you will learn how typical Tuscan dishes and panini are made such as Trippa Lampredotto and Porchetta.For those who are more picky you can save your energy for a delicious wine-tasting with typical Tuscan starters such as crostini ham and salami.At the end of the tour you will get suggestion to get the best lunch and dinner before you leave Florence!Each place we visit is chosen for its historic significance and outstanding reputation among locals and connoisseurs.""
From EUR118.00
 
Florence Bike Tour from Lucca
"Discover the magic of Florence on this 2 hour bicycle tour which starts in the narrow streets of the city center and takes you right to the heart of the city. As you see sites such as the Cathedral Uffizi Square Piazza della Signoria Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo your guide will share the history of the city with you.Your tour will wind its way through both the artisans and the Medieval district and you will see other amazing monuments including Palazzo Pitti San Frediano
From EUR35.00

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THE FLAG OF DJIBOUTI

The brightly coloured national flag of Djibouti was first raised on the day of the independence - June 27, 1977. The red star represents unity and has 5 points to indicate that the Somali people live...
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Explosions, Planes and Helicopters!

Djibouti is the main training area for military personnel from many countries. I was told it has the same terrain as Afghanistan. Certainly there is a very strong military presence from all corners of...
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Qat

Qat is a green plant that is used in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Yemen and Somalia to give a mild amphetamine effect when chewed. Eritrea is too dry to grow much so the Qat is imported from Ethiopia. It has...
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MONEY MATTERS

1 Djibouti franc = 100 centimes and prices, by African standards, are high There are exchange places in Djibouti Ville and at the airport to cash traveller’s cheques and exchange cash note. Banks have...
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LARGE WATER BUCKETS

Water does run out here. They do desalinate water from the sea, but there are water stoppages anyway. That is why you will find large water containers in your bathroom if you stay in budget...
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IT GETS REALLY HOT HERE!

Djibouti is not that far from the Euqator and also at sea level. That makes it a very hot place. These pictures show me taking the temperature on 2 different days. Mostly the reading was 33 degree...
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ELECTRICITY

Djibouti uses the standard ‘European’ 2 round pin plug and operates on 220 V 50 Hz. You may come across the safer plug with a male grounding pin, but not very often! British visitors can use a...
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Chat:)

Djiboutians are chat addicts. Chat is a plant grown in Ethiopia and is a mildly-stimulating narcotic. You can chew its leaves, it should stimulate thinking and creativity. I was invited by a friend I...
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The Afar Tribe

The Afar tribe, also known as the Danakil, is one of two main ethnic groups in Djibouti. They make up about 40 percent of the country's population, which is estimated to be between 130,000 and...
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No English spoken - French & Arabic only!

People in Djibouti speak local languages, including Arabic, and French. They generally do not speak English.I was in a group of divers, most coming from England. The English divers had obviously not...
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Salt caravans

If you are very lucky, while on a trip to Lake Assal, you might see a caravan of camels going to or coming back from Ethiopia.The Afar tribe still undertakes the 4-day trip to Ethiopia to barter their...
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Salamalaikum

Since djiboutians are mostly muslims, you can greet them by saying "assalamalaikum" meaning "peace be upon you".
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If uou speak french, read the...

If uou speak french, read the Marie Christine Aubry book 'Djibouti l'ignoré'a great book to understand the cultural and history development of Djibouti
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