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... was completely awash with inches of water. I copped the bow wave of an oncoming car which hit me fully across the chest -.my cycling top was covered with bits of leaves and assorted flotsam of the road!
This first storm was soon over and things dried up but when the next storm came it went on for hours.
Anyway, we made it to Lucca and as I sit here now in the early evening the sun has just come out.
120km on the clock for the ...
... I felt healthy, was able to eat real italian food, finally found more friends, or that I was in a new city, but I was happy and comfortable enough to be myself. I was able to act like I had known these guys forever, and had just as much fun as if I had known them years before. The night was good.
The next morning I decided I wanted to leave Florence and see Cinque Terre for a few days, then maybe Nice, before I went to find Adam in Grenoble.
On the road again in Tuscany, today we will
see Pisa and Lucca and then on to Venice. We left our three bedroom
apartment in Florence. Beatrice was amazing. Her dad stayed up to wait
for us. We were there for 2 nights. What I love about the place is that
it’s not new but its pretty modern. First of all, the lights are remote
control, so convenient. The key is the European skeleton key but it’s
also pretty ...
... This is the only bridge to have survived the rigours of WWII. As the Germans retreated, Hitler gave the order to save the bridge, as he and Mussolini had shared some quality dictator time there! Leather is a big seller here in Florence, so our tour helpfully ended at a leather market, where we were instructed in telling the difference between real and fake. Hosting this lesson was the fair Ellie. The boys were entranced, but when questioned, remembered ...
... Vias (streets) were shops, cafes and more, joining the modern and ancient to one.
Luckily I wandered across a ceramics store where more presents and purchases were made. My shipment home is growing considerably. For the lovers of these pieces here's the link http://www.vissidarte.it/. The owner is Stefano Girolami. He knows me as the Aussie girl who paddles.
A 1.5 hr train ride to Riomaggiore - not so far at ...