Hotel Villa Cappugi
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30 August 2014
Well today marked the countdown for our last 7 days at Uliveto – already feeling sad about leaving this idyllic spot. It was a fairly quiet day – feeling a bit flat. We went into Pistoia to do the laundry and whilst there I managed to do a bit of shopping – unusually for me I bought a pair of dark green pants. Even Craig said they are good. Next was shopping at COOP – and whilst it ...
... my w drogę powrotną, z planowanym przystankiem w CasalBosco - niedalekiej i znanej toskańskiej winnicy. Miejsce okazało się przepiękne - tutaj równiez wybudowano agriturismo, co prawda bez tak pięknego widoku jak z Il Pianaccio i bez tej duszy, ale to coś dla amatorów mniej skomplikowanego dojazdu, bo całość jest w zasadzie w dolinie, w Santomato (w naszym zargonie: "święty pomidor" :)). ...
... and dates which melt in your mouth but which can be a tad depressing I guess under the right (or wrong!) circumstances!
The Italian road manners were yet again on display! GG said a friend told him that speed limits on the roads were viewed as "just a suggestion" and it seems that so is using blinkers to change lanes, leaving room between your vehicle and others when parking and well, general courtesy! lol
WE MADE IT! After a very long plane ride, we finally arrived in Florence. They had us on a double decker plane from Houston to Frankfurt for about 10 hours, then after a short layover we were shuttled onto a much smaller plane to Florence for about 1 hour. The flights went fine, no turbulence, and the crying babies were kept to a minimum, thank goodness. Once we got to the airport our exhaustion from the flight was turned into ...
Today our day started with a walking tour of Florence. On our tour our first stop was Duomo the baptistery and the Campanile di Giotto. We walked to the Ponte Vecchio and saw that statue of David. After our tour we saw a leather demonstration, which I learnt a lot. After that some free time to explore. Had a fantastic lunch of pasta. Next on the road again heading to Rome. First night in Rome starts with a walking tour. Starting at the Colosseum, to ...