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... as Wednesday night for a shared pizza with sausage, viennese sausage and ham. Very nice. Gelato from place at the corner of Santa Maria Novella square near our hotel. I had coconut and caramel and it was great. Back to hotel for warm shower, hair washing and diary entry while Brad updated the photos. Quick repack of bag - do I have to much luggage? - and then some reading before sleep. Train to Monterosso tomorrow at ...
... leaning tower is apparently 4.1m off being straight! After some lunch in the shade, watching people take photos and another good look around we headed back through the town of Pisa to the train station. On the way in we bumped into the Canadian guy off the dodgy train we took from Bulgaria to Romania! Such a small world. When we got back to Florence we stopped off for gelato (mixed berries and kiwi fruit today) and wandered back to the hostel. After some down time out of ...
Well I never, back at the motorhome, I look more knackered than Signor.
These are the hunting grounds of the C15th Medici Family from Florence - wealthy bankers and patrons of the arts during the Renaissance. Signora suggested a gentle walk to a medieval village, only 3 or 4 kilometres away and assured Signor that there was a bar. Signor immediately spotted Signora's miserable attempt to do him in.
The campsite is at ...
... t interested in it. From what I gathered it was a church on crack full of marble and rubes. All praise to Jebus catholic people are so full of ****. They are usually bad people who then pray and confess their sins and think they can be bad people and be saved or whatever cause they are catholic and confess their sins. I think you should just be a good person god believer or not. The people in rome seem so scandalous which I am not a fan of. Ok rant over got down to ...
... The buildings straight ahead were beautiful and had near symmetry (symmetry being a common trait of architecture from then renaissance period.) Next we walked to the famous Spanish Steps and we climbed all 138 of them. These steps are very famous because many artists hung out. Many English writers also enjoyed spending time here to find inspiration and drink tea in one of the Babington tea rooms.