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Saturday, September 27
We are getting close to the end of our trip and the sadness is taking hold. Neither Christopher nor I want to leave. If there is some way we can stay and make this work, we would…in a heartbeat. Patience, all in good time.
The morning is beautiful, again. The weather has been absolute perfection here in Florence. We are so lucky. Today we decide to take another long walk to ...
Italy! Immediately notice it's a poorer country. Boost across an check out the leaning tower of Pisa, certainly a slope! Then off to Florence, set up an meet back up with black Betty an fat dressy after 3 weeks, big night catching up on stories an adventures especially after they hit tomorrowland an Ibiza! Check out Florence in the morning, see some church's an plenty of Michelangelos penis statues.. Didn't bless the men very much! Then road trip to ...
... br> The Hilton Garden Inn motel seemed a relatively cheap option for early travellers, so that's the option we’d taken. Instructions clear on the booking info… 'go to bus space 23 about 5 mins from terminal 3’… so we did… then, signs pointing us to the airport shuttle (5 mins back) and asking for info there… clear as mud! A helpful art teaching cruise ship employee who was staying there gave us direction. A conversation ...
... to go in and pray as well. After, we hike back over to the train station we hop on our train (it was definitely a cheap train) and were able to even get a booth within the train car for six people. So, we all hunker down for the next three and a half hours on our way to the Eternal City. The train ride was like so many other train rides: bread and nutella for lunch with some juice, bags falling on our heads from the compartments above, and good conversation. Next stop, ...
... bringing the community together. Would be a good reason to revisit Siena in the future!! As with every city there is always a cathedral which again the building is amazing for its age and detail.
Our next stop was a farm in the same local region. It was here we had lunch but prior to, a quick tour of the vineyards, cow shed and wine making area. Very brief and nothing we hadn't seen before. Lunch was served which was Bruschetta, Pasta Rigoni, Pecorino cheese with Salami ...