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Time for us to move on from Rome and make our journey to Florence! It was an early morning to pack up and get ready to move to our new location. We needed to settle up with the B&B and then Mae it to Roma Termini for a 10:35 train to Firenze. It was definitely tough getting up this morning, the body is starting to react to all this walking and …
... like people bottle dirt and rocks from around the world.
Yes, I know that's strange or maybe just dumb but I love the idea of one day bringing someone to my archive of jars and asking "Would you like to know what Santa Croce smelled like in the year 2014?" Am I onto something here? No, maybe not...
After finishing my visit at Santa Maria Novella I went to Via del Tè, a charming tea house, for brownies and an delicious black tea called Fuoco di Ceylon.
... the roof terrace just outside the window, the corridor passes through the residence directly behind our hotel.
Towards the end there is a glass mirrored door and a sharp right hand turn, (we suspect the mirrored door conceals another passage section into the Pitti palace itself). We emerge into the Boboli gardens next to a courtyard and grotto, looking back the door we have come out of is a simple grey door, the one we saw yesterday.
... my jacket. Tonight dinner is back in the hotel and I find myself dining with Mariapia, John, Paula and Jess. Again it's the four course meal with more pasta. We talk about future plans for travel and it seems like it's a go ahead for New Zealand with Mariapia and John seriously contemplating living in Australia, Conversations continue through to the lobby/bar and I call it a night just after midnight as we are off to the Monte Carlo casino ...
... categories. Brenda, you would be thrust into a fugue at the thought of making an informed, comparative purchase. You know what they say about birds of a feather! I bought a few very small items and let the rest go. There's always next time. We visited the famous Uffizi Museum where we had a wonderful guide. Not being very well versed in art history, the guide was invaluable in making it a memorable experience. We feel so culturally enlightened! The ...