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Today was a quite day after yesterday and the walking decided for a rest. I found a laundromat and did the washing. I spent the afternoon just strolling the streets and had some dinner in a little restaurant, more pizza and beer. Not sure how I'm still loosing weigh with all the pizza and pasta I'm eating but I'm loving ...
... a Church dedicated to St Claire, where we saw frescos, apparently this was where frescos became 3D instead of 2D, they certainly looked like they were in 3D.
Then on to Siena. It is a Medieval walled city. There is a magnificent 12thC cathedral of St Catarina which is covered in marble. It is unfinished as when they went to put the roof on, the walls had moved. ...
... in France. In the mean time, Lucy is keen for some new boots and the shopping is pretty good also I understand.
Benny continues his gelati and pizza sampling expedition, getting some good practice at lunch today.
Arrivederci for now
P.S. I've posted my Strava ride details on Facebook for those interested in the stats, profile and location.
... It was delicious and a perfect way to end our Firenze endeavour.
Monday was a slow start with some good breakfast with the leftovers from the supermarket trip. Jason was getting pretty good at making coffee in the Moka pot (the one where you boil it on the stove) and we did a quick tidy before heading off for our next train. This train wasn't quite so fancy as our last one and didn't go as fast, but it did the trick and three hours later we were in La Spazia ready for the next leg!
... br> We walked and walked all around Firenze. One night following what we thought was a shortcut we wandered up and around a long valley adding a couple of hours to our commute back to the campground. We saw former residences of Galileo and Chakovsky along the way and caught a glimpse of the local, if wealthy, habitat.
It would be easy to spend a week or more in this charming town though we are eager to see the other places on our Italian ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed