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... the views and took more photos and made our way back down the stairs.
We decided we need some gelato and this became our lunch. After a nice refreshing and super healthy lunch I wanted to go into the Disney store. I found a cute Aerial top that I wanted and a the most adorable mini mouse dress with a hat for a baby. So I'm hoping Sheena has a girl so I can buy one when I'm in Paris at the Disney store. If not, there was a very cute thumper onesie.
If I could have a big, open, bright, clean, beautiful, immaculate, fully stocked, high-end, heavenly kitchen, I would never leave.
So, I took my first cooking class today! I really like to cook, but if I'm being honest, I'm definitely not that good. First of all, I'm pretty clumsy, so that never works out in my favor. Second, I always leave out ingredients. And third, most of the time I just like to put a whole bunch ...
Since we took the first week so easy, we decided that we needed to amp things up a bit! On Saturday afternoon we walked over the Arno to Piazzale Michelangelo which provides a beautiful view over Florence and the Arno. The area was busy with locals and tourists alike as there was a gelato festival, and other stalls and musicians. We opted to look at the view and have something to eat before walking back down the hill. On Sunday we took the local bus to the ...
... of a well-known dermatologist, where Miki (his daughter and current owner) was raised. The apartment is full of charm and character, with many antique furnishings, high ceilings, and marble-tiled floors.
Shortly after Miki and her husband Franco departed, we went out for a late lunch, stopping at the Caffe' Megara a few doors down the street. We were both famished by this time, so Dee ate a large Greek salad and I ordered a roast ...
Up early and off to the train in Chiusi which is about a 20 minute drive from Citta Della Pieve. John, Mick and I found great seats and settled in to the hour and a half trip to Florence. The trip for one person costs about $13 euro second class. You can buy the tickets at self serve machines and they are good for a couple of months. When you are ready to use them, you then validate the ticket at the station. Then on the train the ticket checker checks that you have ...