Le Tre Perle B&B
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... where doing.
And the town is just cute. And it only took a little bit to walk through and this one is my favorite for sure this time.
And we went back home and saw the farmer and the Germans standing and looking into a pit and they said they found turtles while they were horse riding.
So now on the farm there is goats, horses, donkeys, turtles, chickens, goose and more.
Today is day ...
... time thinking dark, unkind thoughts about two small kids who yelled (for attention) and cried (for the smack) all the way back to Rome. Mum more interested in her phone.
We both loved the day in Florence - the vibe was much more gentle and happy and easier to get around (yes I know its mostly flat- that helps) than the crazy manic disorganisation of Rome which feels very much as if its all just hanging together by the skin of its teeth.
We had a lateish start to the day, with no real plans. We headed to the tourist office to buy tickets for a walking tour for tomorrow and went to this art gallery that Gordon found on a map in our apartment. We then headed to a particular shop/cafe for lunch but it was closed (bloody Monday) so we squeezed our way into this tiny deli, bought a couple of rolls and drinks, and ate our lunch in this lovely, quiet little piazzetta. The deli was like the Tardis, it had way more stuff ...
... street, eyes wide open stunned. I'm just glad the only traffic is the micro buses (They look like someone chopped almost everything between the front & rear wheels & welded a bus back together. It's almost a cube in shape!) The drivers are so used to the Gawpy tourists that they slow down, wait a moment, then give you a polite toot to get out of the way.
After scoping out some of the leather shops, I dragged Rion out to accomplish ...
... so excited to see Berlin and compare it to my experience in Munich. There is so much history there and a lot to do and see. After Berlin we will be off to France to spend our final few days in Paris. This is all in 10 days. It's going to be amazing and exhausting and I couldn't be more excited! It's the last trip that my friends and I planned over here too so it's going to be bittersweet. I'm going to try to blog while I am in these places or at least write some ...