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This morning we bade farewell to Eileen at about 11am and headed off on the next stage of our adventure. We were faced with a decision of where to go next as we are not booked into our next French apartment until the 14th February. With our options open we decided to take the opportunity now to travel to Rome rather than visit in June when there will be a lot more tourists.
Our trip today took us from Biot to the costal ...
... Might be that there was just more shade on the road and the day was turning out to be a scorcher! After lunch I walked into the town area to look for their church. According to one of the tour guides (I looked for English tour groups and follow them a bit to listen in)...a rich family, way back when (can't remember the year she mentioned), who had a pope in the family decided to commission the building of a church in each of the villages. This was their "gift" ...
... statues in the plaza.
Our tour then took us down the Uffizi Gallery to the Ponte Vecchio where we saw the oldest bridge in Florence. Then, back through the Uffizi Gallery and the town to the Piazza Santa Croce where we saw another beautiful church.
We then were given free time for lunch and shopping. Our guide had made lunch reservations for us at Buccadoma right on the square. Lunch was ...
... students mustered up the energy to dance after five days of intense biking. Perhaps though our quietest student provided the most surprise--dropping his inhibitions and dancing wildly on a platform to an audience of open-mouthed on-lookers. As usual, today started early. We made our way to Cinque Terra with a stop in Pisa for a tour ...
... found out how to buy bus tickets to get to Porto Venere.
We caught the bus and enjoyed walking around the seaside village. Prices seem to be a little bit cheaper here. We walked up and looked at a church and it looked like they had just had a wedding there. We saw people walking back down through the village carrying flowers. We found a nice restaurant to have dinner and then caught the bus back to La Spezia.