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By the time we returned to the tourist office, the chain had been replaced, and Paul collected his new keys from the office. He's since changed where he keeps his keys!
Accompanied Paul to supervise the filling of the wine bottles. Met all his new best mates.
Into the bar opposite for aperitifs and ...
... mining days, and to my parents grave with the couple who look after the grave for us brought to an end my epic 8-month, 19-country adventure. Back on home turf, the first hectic week has been spent pulling the pieces together and getting ready to enter the land of the working population - a challenge that I'm actually eager to embrace, but also fearful that a year away will have made my skills rusty or redundant. Only time will tell!! I'm often asked, "Would I do it ...
... high and low points. Which is always interesting :/
With each different sight there came an entirely new learning experience. The architecture was beyond beautiful and the history behind the hard working sweat put into these buildings is astonishing. I can't imagine what it could have been like as a laborer during the time at which each structure was built, working day and night, often ...
... we have to find the AC by Marriott Hotel, walk a little then head back to the station for a cab. We have not made a reservation due to all the uncertainty, and hoping they will allow us to use our points. The desk clerk calls Marriott for us and everything works out fine, points wise. Like Florence, the rooms are tiny with a big bed, no free internet and very expensive food. Get those business travelers with expense accounts when you can.
... do - pose for our photos of us holding up, knocking down, leaning against the tower. Us and every other person there! I'm sure it's the combined efforts of tourist propping it up on a daily basis that truly keeps it from falling over rather than all that boring maths and science stuff.
Having saved the tower for another day, it was time to climb aboard the Panda and head into the heartland of Tuscany for a nice Chianti... hold the liver and fava beans.