A Teatro B&B
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... the umbrella at home, and we only had one plastic rain poncho between us. In no time my backpack started to become soaked, as well as my clothes. We both worried about our electrical equipment, including our iPads and my camera. However, we were also aware that we were getting ever closer to the entrance, and we weren't about to give up our place in the line, having waited for nearly three hours at this point. So I made the decision to race home, drop off the iPads, find the ...
... us to sit down, We learnt out lesson well.
I actually had a Turkish kebab for lunch. Not the best as it has been altered for Italian taste. I can tell you now that the Italians do not do chilli well if at all.
Last night in Florence. Deb has cooked a curry as Chris Terren and Jamie are coming to dinner. I am sure we will knock off the usual 6 to 8 bottles of wine.
... 8211; a huge slab of T-bone steak. We shared one between us with some side dishes and it cost almost 4 times our other dinners! The T-bone was delicious (if a bit fatty), but value for money wise give me our Santo Spirito
square dinners any day!
Florence is such a romantic city. Her many delights drew us in last time, certainly did again this time, and hopefully will again at least once more. We rubbed the pig’s snout, so I have no doubt that one day, we will return.
... Hop off Bus and spend several hours having a good look around Florence, in particular the Bobillo Gardens which are reported to be very good. They could have been if the gardener was not on annual leave, lawns not mowed, hedges not trimmed, weeds everywhere & fountains not working.
After completing the Hop on Hop off Bus route we staggered back to the hotel with sore feet, picked up a Pizza slice and a cold beer for lunch and then it ...
... leaning tower is apparently 4.1m off being straight! After some lunch in the shade, watching people take photos and another good look around we headed back through the town of Pisa to the train station. On the way in we bumped into the Canadian guy off the dodgy train we took from Bulgaria to Romania! Such a small world. When we got back to Florence we stopped off for gelato (mixed berries and kiwi fruit today) and wandered back to the hostel. After some down time out of ...