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... and virtually no ventilation in the staircase), we were at the top and the moment we stepped outside, the hard work was forgotten. The view however was once again breathtaking, without a doubt well worth the climb and a strong breeze at the top very refreshing. On wandering through the streets of Florence the atmosphere was buzzing, we firstly stumbled upon a youth orchestra playing in Piazza Vecchio. We stopped, ...
... all the churches and cathedrals we’ve visited on this trip (and believe me, that’s a lot), I think this is my favorite, the architecture was just so detailed and the design was beautiful. Walking up the 414 stairs of the bell tower however, was quite a challenge; I think I died about 50 steps in so you can imagine the state I was in by the time I finally reached the top! After a good 10 minutes recovering along with everyone else ...
... myself in readiness to face the world each day without that extra dilemma. For me, 10 pairs are more than adequate! A trip to a shoe outlet the other day (I stayed at the farm), whet her whistle a bit, and hence, we HAD to go to her favourite shoe shop. I do have to admit (whilst wearing my lovely new Italian made, dark blue suede boots) that the Italians know a thing or two about making shoes, and fashion generally. Anyone who knows me, knows I love cooking, and in Tuscany, ...
... man, Rick Steves' guided walking tour of the Renaissance. With a bit of restoration and handcrafting knowledge over the last few years, I was quite impressed at the accomplishments of Michelangelo and his buddies... Unfortunately, I spent the next 30 minutes dreaming about having these guys on my payroll - what a profitable venture it would be!
After the renaissance walk, we crossed the Arno river and set out to find a restaurant. Along ...
... but we only ordered 2 pizza's (€10.50 each) he wanted to charge us an extra €2 each to sit at his tables. Stingy! So we took them back down to our site to eat and he missed out on extra sales of beer and coke. The pizza's cost more than the restaurant in Venice and were not as nice. So we didn't buy anything from him again, only from the little camp shop.
It was still very hot by bed time and there seemed to be no mosquitoes so we slept with the tent open.