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 ...
... renovations. The Church was flooded badly in the huge Florence flood in 1966, and many of its artworks and furnishings were damaged. 15 feet of water swept into the church, rising halfway up the central doorway. There are flood markers at most of the Florence sites, and it's hard to believe how high some of them are. 14000 people were left homeless across Florence, and tens of thousands of paintings, sculptures, frescoes, books etc ...
... bus returned at 8pm so it was then time for dinner and went to one of the restaurants near the hotel, at La Grotta Di Leo. Simon splashed out as it was HIS DAY and had a Ruffino Riservs Ducale a very nice drop - but it should be at 19€ for half bottle.
Simon had Carpaccio di Filettho di Manzo Conrucolap Granna
Thinly cut red meat, raw, with rocket, peppers, parmesan cheese . Very very nice.
A bit ...
... considering how tired we were, and that Cassidy was museumed out) both the palace and gardens were closed, so we called it a day.
We stopped in a quaint little plaza near our apartment (Piazza Santo Spirito) and had dinner at a place called Trattoria Borgo Antico. Good food, good atmosphere, good service. The girls all got salads for a change of pace (I stuck with pizza – how can you go wrong with that in Italy?).
On the way home, we ...
We made it to FLORENCE, the home of the renaissance period! As we step off the train and begin to walk the streets of Florence, I am amazed by the sights I see. The architecture is amazing and everything is made out of marble! As we continue to walk to our hostel (Plus Florence), the heat of the city begins to hit us. Listen, we are used to hot weather and have been sight seeing in it for a few days now, but ...