La Casa del Garbo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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You may have seen on the news about the floods at Genova. We have missed this rain and drove through the outskirts of Genova today. The only sign was a landslide near one of the tunnels. We did just hear some thunder though. Ok to rain tonight but we have our walking tour of Florence in the morning before our drive to Sorrento. After this it should get to be shorter driving days and later wake ups.
... and we cross over Ponte (bridge) Santa Trinita to see the view of Ponte Vecho. This last bridge has with stood bombing attacks and is the bridge that is a little enclosed so that it can house shops (probably for all the tourists that visit Florence).
When we cross over the cameras are out again since the first square we encounter is again quite picturesque. There is a church there adorned with statues on the outside and the usual charming side streets expand out from the ...
... back to the centre of town stopping to look at the little side of the street shops when we came across a street lined with all of my favourite shops. Naturally i had to stop and look at all of them where I found a few sales and purchases were made $$$. On our way back home we stopped off at a market and bought some little snacks which was a delicious array of meats and cheese. That night we went to a trendy little bar I found on trip advisor to mix it with the ...
... and Kirby, were in Italy for a family wedding and are originally from Mexico. We all laughed that we are half a world away, and still sitting next to a Houston neighbor.
After dinner, we wandered back to the little Enoteca where we enjoyed a glass of wine on Friday night. It seemed to be more locals than tourists, and once again grabbed a great Chianti, sat on the bench and watched the world pass by. Not a bad way to end the ...
... bench and gazed over the roof top of Florence and the magnificence of the Duomo Dome which we will conquer tomorrow. After lunch Susie looked behind us and saw a massive wall and endless upward steps to a mysterious church even higher up the hill. We had to investigate. It was cimitero monumentale felled Porte sante. The Cemetry at the top of the hill. The chapel was impressive but more interesting were the endless ...