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... from the tower, so they hung straight. But when hanging from a leaning tower, it looks like they are crooked. I watched the sun set from the top, then met up with Becca to get dinner. Our hostel was adorable and I wish we could have stayed there longer. But our adventure must continue because we have a train to catch in the morning. Further down the coast is our next stop in ...
... hit up Pisa. This is where some planning would have been helpful.
I had all my lodging set up, first night on a boat near Rome Fiumicino Airport because I was flying in late and flying out to Genoa the next day. I had a hostel booked for the night of the concert in Genoa and then two nights stay in a B & B in Pisa before heading back to Rome and flying to Ibiza.
The hiccups along the way, priceless. Before I even left, I was printing boarding passes, ...
... of hundred years on the degree of lean. They figure it will now be fine for another 300 years or so...
After a visit to an exhibit on fresco painting, and a tour of the cloister which is in the process of renovation, we took a few ridiculous tower shots (everyone was doing it), and headed back to Florence on the train.
After a quick lunch at the apartment, we headed off to our scheduled time at the Uffuzi Gallery. This ...
... favorite Mercato Centrale for a bit more shopping. The girls have really had it with the hounding street vendors...they're learning how to not make eye contact, ha! Had dinner at the Florence Pub again...you can't beat the food, the service and the location (right across the street)! Naturally, we had gelato and will be going to bed soon. Tomorrow morning we take the train to Rome. We really fell in love with Florence...we'll be ...
... local lifestyle ie: community gardens, farming techniques, fabulous sunflower crops and the tuscan landscape including the fresh rivers, lakes & villas and the gorgeous villages. Met a fellow Australian from Sydney (in the hairdressers) living in Lucca for 6 months for reasons very similar to us the other day-amazing who you meet!
Eight novels down and all is well in lovely Lucca....... the music is finishing this month - what's in store for August to keep us amused???