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... Toscano cheese and my weakness lots of Prosciutto. Well needless to say after all that we were not hungry for a big steak dinner, instead we went to a small restaurant right down the block from our place, Bianchi Cinghiale (The White Boar). Mary had a Suckling Pig dish that she loved. This time I had potato ravioli in the Boar sauce and I loved it.
Today (Friday) it was off to Siena but I’ll need to catch you up on that later.
Angelo and Mary.
... is like an onion, with the oldest parts in the center, and the center is where our hotel is. This city used to be a retirement community for Roman soldiers, and the oldest part is laid out with north-south and east-west streets close to the river. Florence is basically brown, as the stone from which it is built and paved is brown. Unlike Venice, it is full of cars, buses, bicycles and motorcycles, so that crossing the street is again challenging. ...
i started the day out by going to the central market (farmers market) to get some fresh chicken, cheese and apples! after that i had my first class of the semester! Ballet! it was great, my instructor does not speak much english but she is very nice! i realized that i remember a lot of ballet, and still have some of the technique but i am definitely not in shape for class! it is going to be a fun class, there are only four of ...
... that the citizens of Florence had free entry to the gardens, though they did have to use another entry.
Enroute to collecting our luggage, swung past the markets. Definitely an experience. We didn't last long as all the merchants were desperate to sell. Another day perhaps.
Timed our arrival at the bus stop for Lucca perfectly, arriving back about 60 min later. Waited 5 min for the free shuttle bus then home. Easy.
Night train-related sleep deprivation and sweltering Mediterranean heat have not exactly been the ingredients most desired for a fun forty eight hours in Florence, the first stop in our two week adventure to Italy. Thank goodness, then, for a 7am check in with a lovely apartment owner (who we discovered later is the grandson and current head to the Chini ceramics dynasty), adorable sights and the promise of more gelato around the corner to compensate for the extended ...