Florence La Paggeria B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The sun had come out to dry me out and warm me up but I could also smell the open fire inside so wandered in to dry out some more right in time for lunch to be served. Entree was sliced meats and bruchetta along with a potato and artichoke frittata and our first wine tasting, a Chianti classico - 80% Sangiovese grapes, after all it has to be to be called a Chianti. Pasta and salad were next and the second wine from the property. We finished with the dessert wine they make ...
... vecchio (palatzo vhekkio pronounced). So glad I did, the replica of David is there as well as some other statues and they looked sublime under flawed lighting, the shadows created on the bodies were my favorite, so much movement in them. Hooray for marble statues! Walked about a bit more, got a photo of myself rubbing the nose of a bronze piglet to ensure my return to Florence before coming back to the hostel and writing this. My legs ache but it's brilliant ...
... are Rife in Italy so we had to watch our belongings the entire time. Unfortunately during our stay the small group of boys haven't settled down and are very much getting on everyone's nerves. A few of them leave in Rome so fingers crossed it gets better. Otherwise the rest of the group is fantastic fun! :)
After lunch it's back on the bus and headed towards Rome!! A very busy and big day today!
Continued in the next ...
... were “familiar” so I enjoyed seeing them again.
There were a few “audible reminders” of where I was in the late afternoon. First, an Ambulance wailed by in the street just below my window, and then a little while later there were Church Bells.
At about 18:30 or so, I decided to walk to Firenze SMN station to buy my tickets for the trip to Ravenna tomorrow morning. One of the trains will be a Freccia (high speed) ...
I'm writing from the train, back from Rome to Ferrara. As already mentioned, we were up at a censored time of day to get to the station in enough time to try to snag a cheeky upgrade to first class. Sadly the train was completely full (preallocated seating) so no dice. Still, we were left with time for coffee and a nutella-filled croissant. Have I mentioned these? They're all over the place: croissants, which are a little bit closer ...