Hotel Bel Soggiorno
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... more cruise ships' bus loads of tourists to help fill up the square on this Sunday morning.
We checked out the amazingly elaborate facade of the gothic Duomo, a massive cathedral built between 1215 and 1263. We didn't venture inside, despite the guide books which tell of all the wondrous art works to be found. We trundled back down the hill to our car and carried on to Volterra. All these hill towns are interesting in that ...
This morning we headed east to the quintessential Tuscan village San Gimignano. It was about 24km away and when we arrived we were pleased to see a lot of well organized, well sign posted parking near the centre. We entered the town walking through an old archway and up the old cobblestone streets. They were lined with cafés, souvenir shops, leather shops and delis selling Tuscan products and wine. There was also the ...
Last day of the tour, we have a morning tour of Fienze, starting with Piazza san Croce where they will play a historic football game, 'calcio storico' in the square covered by sand, this coming week on the feast of John the Baptist, patron saint of the city... Great mixture of old traditions and modern customs abound in this city. As I passed the square later I saw some guys jousting! We check out the Duomo, Uffizi Gallery area, and it gets ...
... doesn't really appeal to me overmuch. Anyway, we enjoyed the visit, not sure it was worth the extra day in Florence though. Paul decides he will have one last tilt at buying a leather jacket, but alas, the much-reduced price to be had with haggling still eludes us and Paul comes away without the jacket. There were some really gorgeous leather jackets though, oh and bags......lots of them! If I didn't have to cart it around Europe with me, I could have a field ...
... ball on the shore and a tippy boat. Allegory is allowed to have a good name here, from a variety of sources.
Siena would have been worth a longer visit, but this simply gives me a reason to come back to Tuscany. (Check out the links in this blog for more information.)
One last day in Florence before I head home, so watch for that description.
Blog to you later!