Ridolfi Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... about the culture of Italians is that they don't like to queue up. Lines are never formed in a line here. Instead it's a massive mob around the entrance that you have to push your way through. Before we came to Italy, we encountered Italians in other countries who would politely say "excuse me, excuse me" as they pass a line and then go right to the front! Everyone else would be staring in awe as the group of Italian tourists passed everyone who had been calmly waiting. I had this ...
... is an automatic €100 fine for not validating a ticket, which she didn't get charged). At Pisa we walked towards the leaning tower. Got a little lost and found ourselves on the other side of the city wall, but eventually found our way. We decided to be brave and go up the tower (none of the three of us are keen on heights). At the top of the steps we decided that we didn't need to go further (up to the bell ...
... out quickly and there was no immigration to clear so no Firenze stamp in the passport. In the washroom as I tried to get the soap dispenser to dispense soap, a nice Italian girl said "It's not working", pointed out the one functioning dispenser, and added "This is Italy." (!) Having bought a guide book and map (still need to get supplies for the road), it's now 'waiting time'...more than four hours before Siân gets ...
... that I had gone to back in September with Eilene and Jim, the couple from Scotland. In this department store, you take the elevator to the 5th floor and then walk up the stairs through the café and up to the roof. There are several tables, some with umbrellas for shade, and of course that incredible view of the Duomo.
It was busier today but I was able to get a table in the sun. Shortly after I ordered (a large water and a teeny tiny sandwich) ...
... I was walking along the Arno back to Ponte Vecchio (which is to be avoided at all times given the number of tourists there) when I came across this restaurant that appears to be in a pop-up type of building. Decided to have lunch here instead. Had a couple of glasses of Prosecco - something that I am becoming addicted to - a sparkling sweetish wine and grilled Melanzano (eggplant) and a round of cheese. Very nice and while I sit here typing this they are playing Rene Geyer - ...