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... Fabulous views form the top. Coming down was murder only knees. The only comforting thought was that if I tripped and fell, there were plenty of people below to cushion me.
Had lunch in a ristorante near the Cathedral. Hearty soups and pasta were the order of the day. Finished off with another great coffee from a cafe nearby.
Deb and I ended up in a shoe ...
... Desideri and sits in striking contrast to its surroundings. We both love this building and want to attend the opera tonight, maybe…just maybe. For now, we are going to revel in its beauty and stay in the shade as much as possible. It got HOT! Our weather luck lasted only so long.
No rings to pick up, no mood for shopping, no more money to spend. Oh, how I DON’T want to open the Amex bill when I get ...
... station for my 3:17pm arrival at the Milan Porte G. station.
I checked out of the hotel, headed to the train station & was glad it was a short walk. My wrist was hurting from the weight of my luggage. The train arrived at 1:17pm & at exactly 1:25pm it departed from the Firenze station. My seat was quite comfy, a huge difference from the train I was on last Saturday. A while later I texted Jeff that I was sitting ...
... country in war torn chaos, his life on the cruise ships, etc and we were at the hotel.
We checked in and headed to the bar for a drink before dinner, expecting Keith to meet us there ready for our Malta adventure in the morning. Keith’s flight was due in at about 8.15pm, so it wasn’t long before he texted about directions to the hotel… luckily he had asked and not read the info provided!
Keith arrived tried ...
I finally feel like I am on vacation.
I have a very long epic blog post in my mind, but I am mellow after an amazing Italian meal and will write it tomorrow on the train.
Quick summation: I was a ball of nerves and anxiety at Roma Termini, but all went well.
Florence is lovely.