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... and the husbands friend take us!! They were so nice!! Well we got there and they wanted 20 euro for a 15 min drive!! I was a little ****** about that. We only had 14 euro on us. We gave it to them and headed home!! Thank goodness we finally got back!!! We decided a fire and a movie was in order!! Sad that tomorrow I'm leaving Kelsey, but glad to be moving on and seeing more!! Im off to Germany again to stay with my sister and see the other parts of Germany that i missed before!!
Day 256 6 hrs, 20.9 kms Next morning, I start out with a peaceful early morning stroll through the walled city of Sansepulcro, which is the last Tuscany town before I reenter Umbria region. Unlike Anghiari, Sansepulcro is laid out ina grid like fashion, walking up and down the straight alleyways it has a very planned feel to it. Some of these alleys are now being turned into a weekly street market, with Italian and Moroccan ...
... The cathedral was closed for Sunday mass, so did not get to view inside.
We then wandered up one of the main shopping streets off the piazza, Via dei Calzaiouli, but did not feel inclined to buy anything. However, we were taken for tourists when we went to buy a gelati. Slasher had asked for a small one, but they kept ladling on the gelati! I guess we could have said "No" and walked away, but we didn't - so, we ended up with 2 humongous, ...
... valley below so we could see villages, estates and lines of cypress for miles.
After our return we were bussed out for pizza and grilled veggies. The wine kitty took another big hit though many of us are leaning more heavily towards the water. Tomorrow we head south. A quick phone call reassures me that Marie is doing well on her senza-spouse sabbatical.
Always read your route notes,
... a return. Since I had one hour sleep and Aaron and Rosie had four hours of sleep we decided to retire. Monday I got up around 6:30 and ran through the Duomo area, the Uffizi area, the Ponte Vecchio Bridge, across the Arno to Piazzale Michelangelo - it was uphill but when I got to the top the sight of Florence laying down below was breath taking. I decided to run the car route back and short came across the Church of San Miniato. It was again up hill. The church ...