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... meal. He refuses to change the bill. We can't be bothered with the rude manager so we leave after paying the unreasonable bill. On the way out Hinesh accidentally breaks a wine glass - who cares that can be the "sharing" fee they charged us.
I'm feeling annoyed but Hinesh is chilled about it. We go in search for his panini and after a couple of minutes notice a huge line up at this little hole in the wall. Always a good sign. He gets on line and waits his turn. The sandwiches ...
... the other side we were tempted by a shop selling leather goods and a very friendly shopkeeper the end result of which was that Kerrie is now the proud owner of a soft new two toned leather jacket.
Crossing the Arno again by the next bridge we walked back to the plaza containing the Duomo Cathedral complex – tourist central! On the way Kerrie purchased a leather wallet to replace the one that was stolen and we also ...
... in the courtyard. Just a tip, if you want to sit at a restaurant, you will pay a cover charge of at least 2€...carry out to enjoy the scenery was a better option anyway!!
After a quick water taxi to the train station, we made the two hour train trip to Florence. The scenery was beautiful, but the girls slept the entire time. Mom's ticket was booked separately so she had ...
... headed out for their last ride in Tuscany, Ken and I relaxed at the hotel. I actually wanted to ride, but the knee wasn't going to cooperate so we packed, had more coffee and got caught up on emails and what was happening in the world.
The riders returned and we went down to say our goodbye's to Lynn and Edoardo. They have been exceptional in the logistics of getting us all from point A to point B, giving us Italian history ...
... but was slightly higher, so we were slightly more worn out at the top. After our decent we headed to a the church of Orsanmichele which had a ceiling "murals" that consisted of a figure on a blue background and a very gothic looking piece. It was pretty, but I was starting to miss the colorful murals that I've come to love. When we got closer to our place we stop in a square and saw a Italian version of a Chinese dragon. Its body was made of umbrellas covered with a ...