Relais Piazza Signoria
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We arrived after a short one hour drive from Montepestoli. I managed to drive our vehicle to the door of our apartment without running over any locals or ice-creaming licking, walk anywhere, …
... book she had been carrying around, and she said "era squisito" (was exquisite). The woman thanked us and we left, heading for the Duomo. It was pretty dark and kind of sprinkling, so we took pictures and went inside a caffe called Caffe Mokarico. Here, we got gelato again for the same price as at the Mercato Centrale, for 2,50E. I got "frutta di bocca," meaning "fruit buds," and tasted like black raspberry.
We left the pizza and headed home, stopping to ...
... t remember them all. Karen and I both had profiteroles--small cream puffs with chocolate sauce. We have never had finer ones. The portion size was appalling: we each had at least four of them! Halfway through, we acknowledged that we could have gotten two different desserts and shared them, only to say, "Nah, this was the best!" Wine was served with dinner, if you wanted. (Dinner was on the tour, wine on us.) but then the restaurant owner came out ...
... thing we saw from the train and I wasn't quick enough to get a photo, was a few hillsides that looked like they were capped in snow, but they were actually full of marble that was being mined. We then went past lots of marble factories with huge blocks of marble sitting stacked one on top of the other!
We have a really nice room just near the station and the ...
... Vatican is a process. Firstly, it's a country separate to Italy. So there are the famous Swiss guards and a security check. We were dropped off outside the 20 metre high walls and waltzed in past all the queues of people. We went through security and up the highest and longest escalator I've ever seen. At the top was a piazza with a view of the dome of St Peter in the background. We stopped there so Donatella could prepare us for the Vatican museum glimpse and the Sistern Chapel. ...