Orti Di Cimabue
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... The views were breathtaking. We ate dinner with red wine, Sean ate pizza with Italian sausage and onion. Catherine ate pizza with red peppers, mushrooms, olives, and ham. Then we walked to the Arno river and saw an interesting bridge with shops and apartments built across it. We ate gelato with three flavors in cones. Catherine ate coconut, tiramisu, and cookies and cream. Sean ate cocoa, fruit, and ...
... around here?!) followed by being greeted by a lovely (but weird) lady and man behind a reception desk.
After checking in, I was kindly escorted to my room by both of them (?!) to which they explained how to open the balcony door, to ensure the air conditioner was turned off when I left the hotel room, and then followed by being asked “Why did you book a room with a queen sized bed?”
Umm… have you seen the size of me weirdo’s? ...
We had two major accomplishments today! We found the Termini train station and our Hotel Casci in Florence without getting lost. Life is good! We started the morning with the special warm croissants that Mario makes for breakfast as well as cereal, yogurt and cafe americano for Dani and cappuccino for me. After saying goodbye to Mario (we promised we would be back), we headed to the Termini train station. Travel travel in Europe is ...
... stolen and highly sought after. Around th corner is found the gallery of maps – lets find Armenia they say. There it is in the corner, evidence is most certainly there of the map being a door. We follow the large dark air gap around the map with our eyes, locating a hinge and noting the slight indent in the floor below it with faint scratches where we hypothesize the door may have swung open. Oh. Here comes the guard…we must have been too ...
... and the river that runs down the center of the town is beautiful. So many famous people have lived and worked here such as Michael Angelo, Leonardo Divinci, Galileo, Donatello, just to name a few. After sightseeing in the city we get back on the bus and head to our hotel to get ready for another big night out. Dinner tonight is a feast in the Tuscan hills which is fantastic with good food and wine and to top it off we have ...