Relais La Belluccia
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... selfie stick! A couple turned out alright :) I walked back a different route through town and did some window shopping but was back at home at about 11.30! Luckily I was tho because not long after I got there it started pouring! And I mean pouring! There was thunder and lightening and thank goodness I went out early! But now I was stuck inside for the rest of the day! Lucky the hostel ...
... building to see. And in her haste to depart, neither of us thought to make sure she had a cell phone… or when we did, Lizzie was already 3 stories down the stairs. At any rate, I got some photos. And headed back down behind the slowest tourists EVER. I paused at several places on the way back down to give them more time, but I think that only encouraged them.
The dome is beautiful, and if you get the chance, you should climb it. I definitely ...
... before uni). That night we all had a few drinks in the hostel (with some trusty €5 vodka mixed with 60 cent lemonade- all class) and later went out in the town.
The next day we headed out to see the sights. Our first stop was the accademia museum (entry €15pp) to see the statue of David. The line was long, I think we must have waited for at least an hour before getting through the door. Once inside the museum is smaller than I expected ...
Day 267 4 hrs, 11.7 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 34.7 Finally up ahead looks like I'm going to have a break from what has been a rather dry day. Perched on a hilltop is a beautiful castle village. I follow the winding road up to the pass, where I find a shortcut up the hill where I can check out this special spot. It's perfect: it's got the twisted alleyways... ...
... me to do a few taper rides, get my legs back after the plane trip and walking endlessly around Roma, and to acclimatise to the warmer weather. The road out front (which leads down to Seici, Chianti) and the other down from the top of the valley thru Fiesole and San Domenico were used in Stage 9 of the 2013 Giro d'Italia and will also be part of the 2013 Cycling World ...