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... Passages tour. We arrived to find that their credit card facilities were not working and we had not bought along enough cash to buy the tickets. We do however have some photos of the incredibly beautiful courtyard. Really spectacular. Sign of the times – despite not being able to go on the tour, I took 10 minutes to appreciate the beauty of the courtyard and take photos of the column detail, the painted frescoes, the inscriptions and the colours and ...
... shower? Oh, there it is, on the wall, behind the door…
Now, lets be honest, the shower at BJ’s apartment, well, it wasn’t the best (sorry BJ, but we both know it’s true!), often when touching the handle to turn the water on at BJ’s, I’d feel electric energy zapping away at my fingers, and the water pressure, well, lets say there’s more pressure when I take a slash!
The shower at my Florence hotel was virtually ...
... the Duomo. Your first glimpse of the Duomo is always breathtaking. We checked into room number 6 which is off to the quiet side courtyard. It has air conditioning so that was quite a treat. It was another perfect sunny day around 80 degrees. We rested for a few minutes before heading out to lunch. We decided to look for a cafe off the main road since it was pretty noisy and congested. We found a great little place called Mangiafuoco ...
... overlooking the larger than life floodlit Duomo. Santa Croce is also lit up and the view is spectacular. Up until now Vanessa has been taking photos as No-noone else remembered their camera but faced with the night view up close of the Duomo Vanessa’s battery had just run out. Oh well, a great night was had here regardless.
Its nearly a midnight finish and grateful after Florence in a day to see bed but of course tomorrow is the sequel…Rome in a ...
Today we woke up in Rome and headed to Florence, our shortest drive yet. On the way in we stopped in the Tuscan hills at winery where we got to see the cellars that had been in action for century's, After that was the best part of this little visit, when we got to taste the wines with cheese and more bruschetta. This wine was very special as it is only made in this area, it is similar to champagne and how it can only be called champagne if it ...