B&B Furio Camillo
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Two days ago we looked at the Uffizi gallery. There were many paintings of faces that were quite similar. We spent three hours there. I didn't feel well so I mostly stayed home that day.
The next day we went to Siena and saw the Siena Duomo (church) and the Campo (town square). Twice a year there is a horse race around the Campo three times. The Duomo has heaps of arches and black and white stripes.
Then we took a bus to San Gimignano. I liked ...
... overcharges for it.
The kids had a piggy back race down the alternative Spanish steps in the back. I thought we may have to use the travel insurance then and there.
Then Matt had researched a few bars for pub crawl home.
By the way, I found out that the legal age of drinkin' is 16. Jenny has turned 16 so she has had a few bevanda's (Italian for Beverages).
The queues being so long yesterday we decided to ascend the Dome of St Peter's this morning. With only a handful of people ahead of us, we were confronted with the choice of 5 Euro for 551 steps or 7 Euro for a lift and then 300 odd steps. We chose the cheap way and we can assure anyone who is thinking of doing it, the steps the lift bypasses are dead easy to climb. Making it to the top relatively easily we spent ...
Today I stayed within San Paolo as I wanted to get my bearings and explore the immediate area. I arose late as with the time difference (and probably hemisphere difference – thank you Andrew Bond for pointing that out!).
Coffee, being a priority, I went to the bar/cafe downstairsand ordered a cappuccino and a pastry with custard oozing out, ...
... attention to safety and hygiene requirements. This turned San Lorenzo into an area for the city's poorest residents. During the Second World War, San Lorenzo was one of the most heavily bombed areas of the city, as the Allies targeted the Railway Station and several steel factories in the area. [A drastic form of slum clearance.] While there was some post-war reconstruction, that didn't really get going until the end of the 1960s. Being next to ...