Ostello San Frediano
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... illegal u-turn on the autostrada ramp, Brian did not wish to make another 20km detour ( the first detour was to fill up with gas) so he stops on the ramp and does 3 point turn as a motorbike and car head towards us, I am screaming in fear and the kids are screaming asking Daddy to do it again!!! I will miss Italy, but not the driving... I get to experience Ryanair as we depart Italy from Pisa airport (they call it ...
... just ask us!)
Dinner was superb and we slowly made our way back to Brunella after dinner and had a gelato on the way back home (well, some of them did)…not to forget the freshly brewed coffee when we got home.
All Brunella woke up very early to get out of the house for an early morning walk . I kept the name flying and stayed in bed until around 9:15am while the other three were still walking around the wall then wrenched ...
... away and returned with a phone number and address in Lucca to get it done. Fingers crossed that now it will happen…somehow I don't think so!
Got back to Hotel in time for a disappointed and frustrated Mary and I to have a very quick breakfast before paying up at and making our way to the train station
We had a nice early lunch and coffee at the station before getting on our train to Lucca.
Train trip and connections went very well … trip ...
... so surreal! We stayed there for a little over an hour just talking and laughing about how cool it was! (We also ran into gorgeous red-head here)
Then we went to the Uffizi Gallery of Florence. This is a GARGANTUAN gallery of artwork, sculptures, paintings, architecture, everything imaginable by some of the most famous people on Earth! I saw the Birth Of Venus and other paintings by Botticelli, Paintings by Da Vinci, more artwork by Michelangelo, and much much ...
... a large mansion they filmed the movie Portrait of a Woman there. The town during the middle ages had 100 families in charge of the silk production and trade. The town was very wealthy, the only person to ever conquer the city was Napoleon who left his sister in charge of the city and she modernized the city and now there is a square in her honor. The last stop was the main cathedral on the outside near the door carved into the wall was ...