A Florence View B&B
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... at ticket machine with 10 minutes to next departure. Got this .I thought. Tap tap tap the screen, card in , key in PIN..wrong. PIN again...wrong. Mmm..something not right. PiN again..three strikes you're out..and ticket order cancelled. Remove card. Oh dear..not Visa card but TravelCard. Oops start again. Tap tap tap...right ticket right card, right PIN...no ticlet. Order cancelled and if that machine could talk Im sure it would have said "**** off. You clearly are an idiot". 4 ...
... I also rather enjoyed the conversation over dessert with the three 20-something ladies seated across from me as we discussed the vagaries of social media and our collective love affairs with our smart phones.
We cruised back to the city around 11pm, were dropped off in the center of the city with a short stroll back to the apartment. Tomorrow we have our tickets for and early visit to the Ufizzi and the rest of the day to ourselves to explore the city.
... also didn't realize the existence of the other buildings in the square.
Wierd thing though is just outside the entrance gate there is a Mcdonalds and a Hungry Jacks (Burger King), thankfully not inside the fortress.
Got back to the ship at 6.30pm just in time for departure at 7.00pm, an 11 hour day but well worth it.
... eating at a far table and Pappas decided to send them a limoncello shot each for a bit of fun. We tried explaining to the waitress who to send it to and thought we had gotten the message across. Anyway, a while later out she comes with the two limoncello and walks straight past them to this old Italian looking couple... Eep! So Pappas jumped up and had to deliver them himself... So much for anonymity! Meanwhile the rest of us at the table were ...
... lots of guided tours going through. The trick is to stay ahead or behind these groups or you’ll never get a close up look at the major works (because that is where the guides concentrate their tours). This time, I spent some time in the Botticelli room, admiring his Birth of Venus and Spring, both which are very different styles from his other works, or any other artist of the time. I also spent quite a bit of time in the new area called the "Blue Rooms," (the ...