Locanda Linando II Bed & Breakfast
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... Lucia runs her own children's clothing firm. The clothes and manufactured in Italy and she also exports to China and Korea. Really interesting to find out about business in Italy and their English was excellent. They also host regular American exchange students so their two children could speak English also. A great night of good food and more importantly good company. From Francesco we learned that the strikes have been mainly against changing the employment laws. It seems that if ...
... our Hotel Bruneieschi (Wait… isn’t he the guy who built the Doumo that Grant is now an expert on!?) and were so grateful that our room was ready for us. This place was created within a circular Byzantine tower and a Medieval Church and even served as a prison at one time. During renovations ancient ruins were found so there is a Museum in the lower floors showing what they found below the hotel and in one part of the hotel if you look down ...
... in shop doorways as we scuttled back to the hotel for umbrellas.
As the weather remained threatening, entered the Basilica and Museo di Santa Croce.This is credited with being the largest Franciscan church in the world. There are 16 chapels, many with frescoes by Giotto and his pupils. Apart from magnificent interiors, among the 200 tombs are those of Michelangelo, Galileo, Michavelli ...
... said was about the architecture and what period the building is from and that bored us after some time.
After the tour we decided to get some food with our newfound French friends and after a feed of fruit, we agreed to walk up the hill of Michellangelo. We passed the famous gold bridge of Florence and after a quick stop at a gelato store we climbed the steps up the hill. At the top we were greeted by a 180 degree uninterrupted panoramic view of Florence. We walked to ...
Leaving the Cinque Terre for the highlights of Pisa and Florence had us leave beautiful sunshine, and after a drive through Tuscany, arrive to pouring rain. A few wrong turns by the GPS and very little signage for the major attraction of Pisa, had us parking wherever we could find a spot. Trudging through the rain with our trusty 3 euro umbrellas, in the pursuit of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, gave us a glimpse of yet another beautiful old ...