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We were not informed that once we met at the location in downtown Florence that we would board a bus for a thirty minute ride to the location. We have kids that get carsick easily. I would have prepared for that differently. Our point of contact was late due to traffic issues and that cut into our class. That wasn’t anyone’s fault... just not something we were prepared for. I felt a little like we got tricked into leaving the area we were and changing location by such a long distance. On a different note our instructor, Valentina, was AMAZING! We had two kids with us that will undoubtedly remember that class as the best part of our vacation to Florence.
It didn't get off to a good start as the guide got us to the class 30 minutes late due to lack of communication. At first we weren't sure whether we'd be able to join but chef Emanuele allowed us. However the My TOURS representative was too focused on trying to take payment from a customer when we were already late - ridiculous. We had missed the entire dough making part but were still able to make a pizza as chef had prepared extra by chance. Chef was lovely and so were the other people in the class. Apart from the rocky start, it was a great time.
I really liked the cooking class, I think a big part of its charm is the teacher. In my case the teacher was called Thomas, he explained everything so well and answered all of my questions. Anther important thing I wanted to mention is that I really liked the atmosphere this class had and the teamwork that it involved. In conclusion I would reccomend this class to anyone that has some free hours to spend on Florence while also learning something interesting about cooking.
It was a fun class. Our kids (12 and 13) enjoyed it, too. We didn’t receive the certificates or recipe book as listed. It was quite a long walk from the meeting place to the kitchen as well. But overall I would recommend this for families!
1. We have not yet received the reciepies for the pizza and gelato. Can you please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org 2. A fun time but we over ran the schedule and had to leave before the gelato was served.