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... barged back into the traffic again. At one stage he was driving down the tram tracks and there wasn't any other traffic about. Then we rounded the corner and yes it was there and it was all coming towards us with a blaring of horns and a shouting of expletives. Even my man realised that discretion is the better part of valour and yielded by coming to a halt and letting them go. Then when we got nearer the airport he was able to put his foot down and flash his lights at cars ...
... without issue. Missed the 2X, but since we weren't in a hurry...we had a Starbucks and screened our emails! 20 minutes on the 2X and we were home...unpacked, bought a few groceries....ate some Skyline and hit the bed! 9 hours later....yep, it's Sunday morning, we're home, slept well and having coffee in our usual chairs....great trip...can't wait til next year! Let the planning begin! Ciao for ...
... we headed toward it.
Along the way we stopped to cheer the runners and find a crossing through the race. When we reached the river we were met with spectacular bridges, the main one the Ponte Vechino is lined either side with Jewelry shops. We stopped for a coffee and then discovered why everyone stands and drinks their coffees at the bar, our 1.50 euro coffee turned into a 5 euro coffee because we sat at a table. Still heading towards ...
... away to see the local markets, the Cathedral of Saint Maria Del Fiore and Museo dell Opera del Duomo, stopped at Subway for lunch, walked to the Arno River and back to our apartment for some down time. Great weather; about 27c. The feel about the city is typically Italian with lots of noise, loud voices and lots of people out and about. We had dinner at Restaurante ZaZa over near the markets. LJ wanted to get an Assasins Creed hoodie that we saw today but ...
... meal. I used my hop-on bus ticket to go to Fiesole which is outside of Firenze, very old, Etruscan and early Roman ruins. Hope I can post the pictures on the blog.. It was really wonderful to be in the green countryside among all the luxury mansions up there. I got mixed up on the buses on the way home so learned to take the No 23 from the railroad station. Necessity is the mother of invention, I guess. ...