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... that evening!!
Tomorrow we said good bye to Michael. He caught train back to Rome and onto the airport for his flight home.
Friday 10 October 2014
Phil and I caught an uneventful suburban train (by design), from Florence to Chiusi ... On the local train network. About two hour trip.
We arrived at Chuisi just on 1pm and intended to pickup ...
... it's over an hours walk away. So following his directions we wait on via de leonardo (street name) at the bus stop for the bus that never arrives. After discussing what to do we start walking instead towards the river. When we finally see a bus & run for it is not in service. Grant feels sorry for the driver of bus 13 if I get hold of him at the top of the Pizzale. We walk & walk following the map. No other buses appear so we end up walking all the way up. The last ...
... under constructions again (the curse of constructions followed us to Florence...), but no time for complaining, as in front of Battisterio there's the Duomo. The first glance of Florence Duomo is shocking, no matter you've seen it on pictures before. Luckily, Battisterio main door, the golden one, could be seen from outside.
Then for sure the visit to the Duomo was a must, so we did. I must ...
... and just being wonderful hosts. We would go on a trip with them again any time!! The question is...which trip?? Morocco, Vietnam or at Lynn's urging...the Dolomite's....who's with us???
With the bags and the group loaded on the bus, we left Tuscany for the 1.5 hour ride back to Florence. At the train station we said our goodbyes to our great ride mates...who were heading off in various directions:
Cinnamon and ...
... big deal as I was down in 3 minutes. Doug had climbed all the way to the top of the dome and had a great view of Florence.
Seriously, after Lizzie’s unexpected departure from the Cupola, I made it back to where we turned around and went up about 20 more stairs around the corner and found the real exit. You continue all the way to the top of the dome and come back to this location to hit the second story balcony inside the dome ...