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Day7 French Riviera to Florence
So not much else happened today, was just travelling. We stopped at a French
perfumery where I bought a small bottle of perfume for my sister. They
explained how it was made, gave us a tour of the perfumery etc. It was very
interesting but other people kept talking so I struggled to hear.
Next up, the leaning tower of Pisa! I took the typical tourist photos, had to
do it yes. I don’t know if ...
... in the door. We had to stand our ground.
San Quirico d'Orcia to Gallina about 15 Ks
Today we said goodbye to the young Americans who were doing 33ks today, and to Bernie, who was heading back to Liverpool. It is amazing that you quickly form a bond. We all had dinner the previous night and got to know more about each other.We headed out of the village on the shorter of the two routes, and quickly found differences with the book. ...
... The craziest thing was the idea that the skin that Bartholomew was holding was believed to be a self portrait of Michelangelo. Overall, the Sistine Chapel was everything it was said to be and then more. After we left the chapel we ventured through the rest of the museum, saw some 14th and 15th century globes that had a much different view of the world, and stopped in the cafe for a quick snack. Trotter tried espresso for the first time but I don't think he cared much for ...
... and shopping that I can’t afford.
The weather was beautiful, a little hot, but Portland has been doing its best to prep me for it this year. Sunny and low-to-mid-eighties all 3 days. Still lots of tourists this time of year, but nothing overwhelming – accept at the Vatican where the sea of people is ALWAYS overwhelming.
Day 1 involved getting into town after ...
... it. It is still a most popular attraction for you can see that his foot has been worn thin from the millions of tourist-pilgrims who have passed by to touch him over the centuries. Back out into the sunshine, we walked across the Square and round to the museum, only to find that it had closed at 4.00, so sadly we did not get to see the Sistine Chapel after all. Perhaps those coins in the fountain might remedy that. We took the Metro back to the Spanish ...