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... men that I saw trying to do the same thing.
At noon I returned to pick up my bags and proceed to the train station where I purchased a ticket to Castefiorentino, the site of the yoga retreat. Even though I had to transfer trains at Empoli, things went smoothly and I found my self debarking the train at my destination around 2:30 p.m. against the flow of scores of high school students.
I walked to the central square in Castelfiorentino where ...
... as Kate has learnt as a tour guide, just make it up and sound confident and everyone will believe you!
Our first stop on the way to Rome was Pisa. We could not pass by Pisa without stopping in to show Kate and Roy its famous leaning tower which Nathan and Traci first saw in 1999. What planned out to be a quick visit actually turned into a much longer stay than planned thanks to the GPS (well, Nathan is blaming the GPS) taking us deep into the ...
... and we have a single, tired out element and a fridge! Our first stop was the supermarket, where we got food for a picnic tomorrow and tomorrow nights dinner. We then walked around the little Main Street and watched the beautiful sunset from the wharf. We are both looking forward to our walk tomorrow, though after getting our cinque Terre compulsory walking cards we found out the scenic beach walk was shut, leaving three of the five cities and two big hill climbs on our to do ...
... panoramic view of Florence and of course, a statue of David. Next, we crossed the Arno River where she dropped us off at Signoria Square. We did extensive walking around Florence for most of our four hours stay. We walked to Plazza del Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Flore and Santa Croce Square. I ate a gelato cone there. We saw so many shops: high-end stores, stands where one is encouraged to barter, and peddlers that get in your face. One guy ...
We got up and headed down to Matteo's Cafe for a lovely breakfast of croissants and juice then walked down the stairs to the train station to head to village #1, Riomaggiore. We wandered around a little bit...it rained just enought to make us buy an umbrella, then it stopped...and the sun came out to make everything steamy! We headed for the easiest and shortest of the trails - the Via Dell'Amore. It is a nice walk and you can see some inventive places where ...