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But that's the end of the story. The day started nice and slowly, with no group obligation until 3 pm. We didn't even go to breakfast, even though the breakfast room is just next door. We have excellent internet connections here, so part of the morning was spent trying to get photos moving to add to the blog. We eventually got ourselves moving and …
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 …
Up early only because the local rooster started singing at 6:00AM. After a quick shower we headed off to Central train station in Florence. We toured the Pitti Palace and learned a lot about the 1500's political stances between Pitti's and the Medici families. (Google it for more information). After lunch Rimy and I walked into the fine shops in …
... ate some bread, sun dried tomatoes and cheese but the cheese was awful so we only had one bite each and tossed it. We left the hostel and went to visit the cathedral called the Duomo in the centre of town at night. The exterior of the Duomo was amazing in the sunlight and was even better at night. We got a gelato and sat on the Duomos steps watching all the passerby’s while the night was young we ended up early and head back to get some much needed rest for a big day in Pisa ...
After two beautiful days in Sorrento we left early for our journey north to Florence, travelling along the Bay of Naples. Vistas of undulating hills, austere rows of cypress trees, terraced vineyards, olive groves, and rural villages formed the backdrop of our journey through Tuscany. We arrived in Florence,the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany about 3pm, we were greeted ...