Soggiorno la Pergola
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... for dinner. We stopped to browse the menu outside, and then were soon welcomed inside on the other side of the building on Melarancio. We sat and and ordered a bottle of regular water, with bread and olive oil/garlic/parmesean for an appetizer. I ordered ravioli with parmasean and rocket (a leafy vegetable similar to argyroula). The food was wonderful. We were still unsure of how to tip/pay but read a lot about it when we got home. Once back at the apartment, ...
... all of the power, damaging the phone line which meant no internet for the rest of the stay, and 2 very scared boys.
On Monday we did a day trip to Pisa which was great. They have been doing lots of stabilising work on it over the past 10 years or so and it has only just reopened fairly recently. Jesse was not allowed up it, so Oli and Sal climbed up the 285 stairs, and Oli thought it was very weird, and found it very hard to balance up there. We went in the cathedral ...
Back in Firenze to spend sometime under the Tuscan sun...by the pool. Our beautiful Tuscan style resort was the prefect place to relax. We made full use of the spa, sauna and Turkish bath, swimming pool and bar. I tell you I needed it after taking Lidi shopping at 'The Mall' where she spend hours in the Prada ...
... our guide took us in. It was stunningly huge. There is a dome in the cathedral, with a small opening in the centre, which today still stumps architects (or so I’m told) as to how they designed it. In 1966 a massive flood went through the cathederal, and you can still see today where the flood waters reached. Although the flood damaged some parts of the cathederal, by washing away floors, it also revealed the cathederal that the Duomo is built upon from the ...
... and is in such near pristine condition is truly magnificent. After the Pantheon, came some much needed sustenance and a trip to the Piazza Navona to see the Four Rivers Fountain (a site from Angels and Demons). Unfortunately it was raining a bit, but it never really dampened our spirits (but maybe our pictures). We abandoned our venture to the Trevi Fountain because of the weather and headed back to our hotel for much needed R&R after a day packed with historical sight-seeing. ...