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... But I miss reality TV a little bit...but I probably could have used a break, I REALLY miss having a dryer, I miss being warm, I get frustrated not being able to understand Italian, I miss American sports, I get frustrated when I can't call my parents in the morning, I wish I could make microwave popcorn because I've tried to make it on the stove three times and completely burned the popcorn (and the pan) three times. It's all just little things that start to add up. And ...
... I found this stunning hand made theatre mask shop where the masks are made of leather. There is no other word than WOW that discribes the shop and the masks.
On Saturday, I had a very relaxed day. I booked my ticket to Venice, did some washing, repacked my bags before having dinner and doing the wine tasting class at the markets.
On Sunday, I checked out of my hostel and made my way to ...
... mythology. The story telling pictures in the marble inlays in the floor are surrounded by intricate designs. Sculptures and paintings adorn the many altars. Huge black and white marble columns support the massive structure. Deciding not to visit any more churches we had a cafe lunch. Our next adventure was the Santa Maria Della Scala, a large complex considered to be one of ...
So we arrived at our gorgeous apartment in Florence last night, the building is 16th century and 'our place' is huge! Lovely timber bench tops in the kitchen, spa bath, chandelier in the bedroom, french doors and windows, a fire place - not that we need it, it's 35 degrees here.
After settling in we were off to dinner a very short ...
... the yogurt. Along with a yummy cappuccino, it was a great jump start to my day.
After breakfast, we headed to the train station, jumped on the train and took the hour train ride to Pisa Centrale. When we got there, we walked about thirty minutes through the city of Pisa on our way to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This town is so much more relaxed than even Florence. I got the sense of a ...