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... being a Sunday just walking around admiring the huge octagonal dome and bell tower was great.
I had read about a bust of a bull that was placed in the stone work on the cathedral that had I wanted to find. It was apparently placed there by the master stone mason who had been having an affair with a local baker's wife. The baker had found out and taking them to court, the lovers were separated and in retaliation the stone mason placed this bulls head facing ...
Train Milan to Florence and arrived midday. To Gazebo apartment, 3rd floor at Piazza Antinori 2 and it was brilliant. Palazzo Rimbotti is owned by Rimbotti family - countess Rimbotti and 5 children, one of who is Giovanni Rimbotti who is a local WPO ...
... the river and legged it up to the Pitti Palace. A bit of a climb to the Palace itself and ANOTHER huge climb up through the Boboli Gardens. We caved before we made it right to the top ..hung over the pond railing on the middle level wheezing and gasping. The gardens are huge, but in need of a bit of a trim. Wished Id packed my electric hedgeclippers. Perhaps they slow up maintenance in the autumn. Even poor Neptune had to try and spear the fish thru ...
... disgusting - Just kick them if they are in your way
64) If you have an appointment for ANYTHING, be ready to get a "number" and stand in line for multiple hours! Not just an hour, but try 5!
65) Pisa Airport is the cheapest one to fly out of around here!
66) Use RYANAIR! It is so cheap that I got round trip tickets to Morocco, Africa for 50 euro! Get ready to give a round of applause when the plane lands!
67) If people know that you are tourists, they WILL JIP ...
... and with detours and deviations in place as well as rainy skies, couldn't make it into campground number 1, so we settled for second best, Camping Michelangelo, which happened to be a pretty **** alternative! (Not quite as bad as Modena, but equally as expensive)
Not wanting to stay for another day on our muddy, sloping site, we packed up on Monday morning and heading back to the campground across town, hoping for a slightly better spot. With the day ...