Bed & Breakfast La Gemma Di Elena
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... of the city streets. For most exhibits, there was also a short explanation in english. Included in the exhibition were a series of random photos taken in the late 1800's, early 1900's.
Also learnt why there was a canal in the middle of the slightly sunken green area surrounding the walls. In times of danger, the area could be flooded and it ...
... there and we were too tired for that much stimulation so, we headed toward home, not sure what to do. Alone in the B&B common area, we poured ourselves a drink at the B&B bar cart. After a couple more pours, we were getting hungry - surprise, surprise. So, we went around the corner to Pizzeria di Ninni, where we found out the Caprese salad with prosciutto was ginormous and we probably didn't need the "Ninni" ...
climbing you have to leave your bags can only take a camera. It's so
weird walking up the tower one side is easy and the other side is hard.
You really notice the lean as you walk but when you get to the top it
doesn't feel like it's on a lean quite strange . Beautiful view and they
have six large bells all carved and engraved.
When you walk
down and come out its a really strange feeling. Of ...
... with bread in it and Archer had pasta. Everything was fantastic, and it was great to have someone explain the traditions of Italian meals. The skies cleared and the evening was nice in this pretty little city. Thanks so much for your great hosting, Cristina and Bea! I didn't take a single picture of Cristina! :( We spent the night at their friend's B&B. Rowan's quote of the day "I love gelato!" Archer's quote of the day "Today we met our friends in Italy, which is ...
Leaving Firenze this morning was difficult after being welcomed by such a wonderful city. We met a wonderful character named Gabrielle. To us, he epitomized Firenze. (I just want to say that I, Sue, received my first embrace and kiss from an Italian man!) The city was filled with art, music, people, and was rich in the diversity of people who valued it. Our host, Peter, has 30 years of painting in the ...