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... Sandy was not happy! As we had to meet friends at a particular restaurant in Sienna we stumbled around the centre of town and saw the church and the Piazza by accident. I thought I was getting over seeing churches but this was impressive. Construction started in the 1200's. We had a tasty lunch under the grape vines and as a storm was approaching we scurried back to the centre of town before the rain came. And ...
... decided to follow local practice and take a "siesta". We rounded out our visit with a horse and cart ride around the city to see all the other parts of Florence we hadn't managed to walk to. On our final morning, we got up early and visited the magnificent Boboli gardens, of the Pitti Palace, right near our hotel. We then lugged all our bags down to the car hire place, where we had to wait a little too long for Sarah's liking, before heading to our next destination - a villa in ...
... funny and so are the cartoons omg! Watched some Kevin Costner movie and fell asleep. Woke up got showered and out the door by ten it's going to be raining all day here. I made a bet that I would get hit up to buy umbrellas 23 times (there are Hella dudes selling **** on the streets and it's always the same stuff at each place) got coffee on the way mmmmmm and now were at train station. Awaiting a rainy and fun day in ...
... only Muzzle broth stopped me..the rest was wonderful. Afterwards we all went out into the street and "tried" to drink grappa with Dario and his wife Kim...such a fun time. It took us 45 minutes to get home to Florence...Mark and Ann crashed, Larry and I went out to watch the "fashion night out" parade of wonderful, weird and just plain wrong outfits on the young people! Off to our Friday tour...pictures when I get Internet ...
Day 268 6 hrs, 6 kms Next morning I'm back... and take my time exploring my the fourth provincial capital of my Superhike. Pistoia doesn't pull in the tourist crowds of Firenze, Pisa, or Lucca, but it is still a beautiful city untarnished by tourist trappiness. I sit in the main piazza, gazing up at the grandeur of the enormous cathedral tower... On the other side a fellow is busking all alone. I can't say ...