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... etc. We found a cute shop with lovely lime green top – but my breasts were too big (!!!!) for the one size fits all. Maybe it was a kid's top! However I did buy a nice scarfe/poncho. We eventually found Craig and John and then Craig and I promptly lost Lesley and John for ages.
After ages we found them in Piazza Michele and we had a lovely lunch at the Dante Inferno restaurant again – everyone enjoyed their meals again ...
... around 9.30 pm all the shops ( all 3 - 4 of them) were closed. The wine bar people made up a take away platter for us to go with the pasta ragout that Massimo had supplied us on arrival. We collected our 5 lit plastic drink container and had it filled with 5 litres of said number 1 Vat for a cost of 15 euros, they turn water into wine in these parts and drink it like water as well. They also place very little preservatives in the wine as it is a ...
... The Cathedral was quite impressive with gorgeous sculptures and works of art. Our driver then showed us some other areas of interest within the city and pointed us to a little cafe that had some of the best food we have experienced so far while in Italy. We returned to Florence and did some souvenir shopping before meeting together again as a group for dinner. We took a ...
... Centrale up on the screen. However, none of the four of us knew that we were reading the Arrivals board not the Departure board. So we hopped on what we thought was the right train. We ended going back up to the fifth town, which was the complete opposite way that we needed to go. The conductor didn't speak much English and kept confusing us. So we got off at the first town, and talked to someone else. They told us to go to the fourth town. Back on train we go. ...
Wine in Tuscany--
This tour out of Livorno port city was just too fun to pass up so we booked it once we got on board. (We knew Pisa and Florence were more than we wanted to tackle the day before Big Rome and an 11-hour day.) Not only did we sleep with the shades open this time but we tried the slider too…so soothing. The waves put us to sleep but it was so calm this morning that we almost slept ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking