La Loggia Bed & Breakfast
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For lunch we stopped at a pre-arranged venue where we had a bowl of salad (first healthy thing since leaving Australia), with platters of spaghetti, penne with basil and penne carbonara. With this we had wine and a choice of panacotta or gelato. Plenty of food and drink for all.
From there we continued riding and stopping at scenic venues until the return to the castle at ...
... leaving at 12.04pm arriving in Mestre in plenty of time for us to catch our train to Florence leaving at 1.07pm.
We arrive in Florence at 3pm on time. The distance is 260km and we travel this in less than 2 hours. On the display in the train they show the speed you are travelling and at some stages we were travelling at 300km per hour.
We catch a taxi to our accommodation at cost of 8 euro. We are meet and shown ...
... s always a nagging push and pull though, and I don't necessarily handle stress well. I honestly feel like I'm on a bad luck streak right now and that's when all of the little things start to get to me. I had a complete breakdown today because I couldn't find WiFi in my house or in the three different cafes that I went to. Yes...this was a low. To remedy this, I will put my midterms on hold and go to aperitivo and commit to having just one cocktail ...
... walled" village.
We had an early morning visitor to our villa door this morning. A cat decided to make a house-call and was very animated. We were chatting to/fro for several minutes. As though he knew we were leaving and called to say "good-bye". I didn't allow him inside for fear he would hide somewhere and delay our departure however I was tempted. He was so cute and I wondered where he really belonged?
... all are districted by everything we see in the windows. Marcia does some shopping, and is VERY successful. We get some panforte (a Sienese treat) and Liz is on the hunt for some stationery. The stationery, much like the clothing of Italy has SKYROCKETED in price! Liz takes a pass, don’t blame her….highway robbery!!
We continue walking and Liz, ever the trouper walks all the way from the parking lot to the campo, and ...