B&B Il Cielo
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... go into the secret pathways and rooms that not many people at all even know that these places exist, not even visiting them! The coolest part was when we got to go into the secret pathway that was hidden behind a framed map! Especially seeing the look on people's faces when we came back out from there!! It was one of the best tours I have ever been ...
... Turtles!! :)
From here we ended our tour with stories of monks being burnt in the square and rich families who still live in the premises since the 12th century. This was when we realized we had come to the end of our tour an hour early. We put Tatiana out of her misery and sent her home on an early train and we headed to a cafe for a glass of wine to rest our weary feet and re-live the day.
By evening we were ready to go again and ...
Our last breakfast in Corniglia. The coffee is really good in our hotel. It is 7.30am. We were too early for the normal bakery breakfast but the owner made us coffee and found bread and condiments for us. Ron carried our enormous suitcases up 3 flights of footpath stairs. We could wheel them along the narrow street to the main plaza and bus stop and 8am bus (blue van) to the railway station. The train ticket to Florence was ...
Most of the museums are closed on Mondays so the stores are packed. We took the fascinating C2 to the Stazione and then caught a little tram out to the burbs to go to a store similar to Walmart....why? Because we don't go to the US version of Walmart but wanted to see what the Italian version looked like...I have to admit...it was pretty much just like Walmart....lots of stuff prepackaged and frozen. Terre was a lot of fresh bread, pasta and ...
So, it's been a few days. But this week was very exciting and busy! I have been determined to actually get up and do things in the morning. On Wednesday, I finally did. The weather was perfect, so I walked over to the Galleria d'Accademia, aka the home of the David. It's really close to the Duomo, but in a part of town that I haven't really explored yet. Like all the other streets in Firenze, it's narrow and winding, but also with surprisingly little evidence of tourist mongering. Every ...