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... 8211; still a maybe. After that we had a bleak walk around Montevarchi. As it was Monday most things were still closed plus it was wet and dark. Eventually we got to my Aunt Nanina’s place – long night together – food was great, chatter non stop but very much about the past – bit boring for Craig – but he is such a good husband! Coming home to Ambra was once again lovely. No photos today but we did try to duplicate the photo of us in the mirror over ...
... buildings, land and information made us feel like we were experiencing something we haven’t known before – a secret life.
We left and managed to get back to see the boys playing their soccer match which was great. The stadium was amazing, with lights, great grounds and facilities. After Levane the Fiorentino team was playing – higher league, very purple and professional looking. Back home to Silivia & ...
... whites, cashmere and their stunning Cathedral.
Although we arrived in plenty of time to shop before the 1-4pm lunch closure, we were too late for a visit inside the Cathedral, and had to satisfy ourselves with just being over awed by the beauty of the exterior. It is stunning!
We stopped into a ceramic gallery/workshop and were met by this charming women, working her ceramic piece. The kiln was open and partially filled ...
... We lucked into a convenient car park just outside the walls and walked up into the town. The main piazza was hosting a show land shine of old model Italian cars, Fiats, Alfa Romeos and a couple of ring in minis and jags. All the boys were examining each other's toys and chatting about the cars. The Piazza was impressive and old, as most are and the Church was also very nice. There were some good views from the city walls of ...
... On one of the squares there is a tower with a statue of Pulcinella hitting a large bell each hour since 1523. (Who remembers the childhood singing game “What can you do Pulcinella”? It was derived from this character.)
George had a great time taking photos of all the interesting doors. The views from this hilltop are so spectacular and far reaching, was very difficult to photograph.