Toscani Da Sempre Locanda Con Cucina
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... with over 150 flavours! Never had so much trouble making decisions in my life (slight exaggeration but like seriously hard). Last stop was the colosseum. We gathered in a circle out the front and had sword fights, hit on an arm of leg means you lose it, so behind the back or hopping respectively. Hilarious stuff. Jordan, the cop from New Zealand and easily the biggest guy here won the battle and drew blood on one of the other guys in the semi ...
... Ramjets proton energy pills. Mental note to take on long bike rides.
The town hall and Duomo (main church) were eerily similar to FLorence's. Apparently the Duomo was expanded many centuries ago but the work abandoned when it started collapsing around them. So today it is a church will a couple of walls growing off the side.
The piazza is huge, oddly shaped and sloped. Which makes for what must be a very dangerous and exciting horse race (la Palia).
Our day started with a walk into st Croce square for a gold and leather demonstration then we had 2 & 1/2 hours free time to shop before a walking tour of Florence with a local expert. The girls and I spent nearly an hour in the gold shop choosing some bracelets and an eternity ring for me (thanks Antonio!) then we headed into a mobile phone store to get SIM cards which took up over an hour of our free time!!!! We had gelato for lunch ...
On the way to find some of the best gelato in Florence I found this wonderful retro display of men's pants and vests. The nonnas must shop here for little Vincenzo and Michela. Ahhhh. The gelateria is called 'perche no' which means 'why not?' Which is an excellent name for an ice cream ...
... We them walked through streets and lanes to the river where the formal tour finished. We then had time on our own to wander around. Kerrie and I had both seen a glove shop in Florence that we wanted to see so we headed over the Ponte Vecchio and found the shop very easily. As I had bought gloves in Venice already, I resisted the urge to buy more even though the leather was so soft. Kerrie bought a pair of driving gloves for her son and a red pair ...