There’s just something about a panino. Meat, cheese, veggies, maybe a sauce or two — it’s usually everything you could want. If you find yourself in Florence, I would direct you to L’Antico Noè, a tiny hole-in-the-wall establishment with quite possibly some of the best sandwiches around. I had a turkey, brie, and sun dried tomato sandwich, which was spread out over a baguette style bread. Heavenly. And the menus is inexpensive, balancing in at around 5 euros or less for your average sandwich. There’s a long list to choose from, but you also have the option to pick and choose from the selection to make your own.