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Boy was this a long trip. We left WA at 11:00 am on August 27th and arrived in Rome on August 28th at about 12:00 pm. We had a lovely (not) bus ride which took us to the main train station in Rome so we could get to Montecatini. We ended up in Montecatini at about 5:00 pm. Jet lag is setting in now. I will upload pictures when I get two very …
Today we decided to go outlet shopping as Peter needed to get his headphones exchanged and the only Bose store was at the Barberino Shopping outlet!! This place was huge! It was set out a bit like Harbour town, but with an Italian village feel to it! First stop was the Bose store where Peters headphones were replaced with no problems at all! Then we were off to hunt for some bargains! In Italy, people take their dogs everywhere, including the shops!! It ...
... narrow streets and small towns. We drove past rolling green hillsides and vineyards. Only stopping once to let the cars cool down and the rest was all smiles. We both had so much fun and it was really great to do something different. We were taken back to our meeting spot which also happened to be the front of a winery estate. We drove down through the vineyards until we reached this beautiful building in the midst of the trees. ...
... am with the sugar high keeping us up.
P.S. If any of my fellow blog followers decide to make a trip to
Florence, here is a list of the ones that I have discovered!
1. Pasticceria Vinci & Bongini - Santa Croce
Canto Rivalto 2. You will either smell the delicious smell of nutella
and/or chocolatey confections while walking down the alley or notice a
group of people surrounding ...
... I had finished my book too so I grabbed another, Dan Browns "Deception Point". Dropping the bike off and having a quick shower we headed out to dinner. The place was defiantly different, we sat at a counter that went out like a long hairpin. The chef pulled over a blackboard which was in Italian and read through the first course and we decided on the spot what we wanted. I went the spaghetti bolognese and Jose tried some ravioli. Both dishes were amazing! Jose thought his was on par ...