the Max has been 38c in Florence and 34C in Pisa this July
Back around 1991 I went on holiday to Rome, Florence and Sorrento, during the school holidays (as I was only 11). It was 38 in Rome, 37 in Florence and stinkingly humid too. I know we went to the Colosseum, the Forum and Pompeii, but all I remember was all of us sweating buckets... most unpleasant.
Sorrento sucked, but that wasn't because of the weather, rather the crappy Hotel Bristol. (Singing waiters, inedible food, and my single room through a tunnel in an annex with an elephant-footed woman stomping around all night every night above me... oh, and the view was of a sheer cliff face around a foot away from the window.)
The wise have always gone to the Med in May, it's never a good idea to visit those places in July and August unless you have a very high heat/humidity tolerance!
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20 July 2023 15:45:28
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