A Casa di Alino
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... occasionally a few olive trees were dotted among them. We passed many wineries offering tasting and tours, many of them also sold olive oil. The repairs that maintenance had done yesterday seem to he ok, although we are still smelling diesel occasionally, it must be what had dripped in the engine compartment. Once we had arrived at Florence we struggled a bit to find the Sosta we had chosen, eventually we found it tucked away between some ...
Florence had the usual look and feel of any European city. However, there are many famous works of art that are kept in the local galleries. We couldn't help, but stop by the museums for a chance to peruse some of the world's most recognizable masterpieces.
Due to their popularity, there are long lines for these galleries and booking tickets ahead of time is encouraged to avoid waiting in line for as many as four hours. Since we ...
... for viewing Renaissance artwork we decided to see the free replica statue of David located in Piazza Michelangelo and watch the sun go down over this romantic city. We sat on the steps with beers in hand listening to buskers entertain the crowds whilst we enjoyed one of most memorable panoramic sunsets since Cape Town. Jac reminisced that she had sat here 13 years ago on her Contiki tour and had photos with the group, literally as she said it in walked ...
... for the ferry.
After an hour drive from where the ship was docked, we arrived at Porto Venere, the starting point for our ferry ride. On the edge of town is the Church of San Petro, a very old stone church. From next to the church you can get some good views of the ragged and steep coastline that makes up this part of Italy.
Working our way north from Porto Venere, the ferry first stopped at the town of Riomaggiore, although we ...
... are air conditioned while most homes and buildings are not.
The day was a relaxing one of exploring areas not yet seen by either of us, since I had spent my 2 weeks as a student rather than tourist. We shopped, and ate, shopped and ate some more, and visited a museum and part of the Boboli Gardens.
Having the car, even if just to go to the bus stop and park, was very liberating, as we did not have to depend on anyone for a ride from the bus stop and by this time, ...