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... to be in and contained an interesting painting by Lippo of Christ on the cross.
From here we went to a shop called the Festival de Gelato that Anita had seen on the internet as one of the best gelati shops in Florence. I thought their gelati slightly grainy but Anita thought it was one of the best she had had so far. I then bought a tie with the symbol of Florence, the fleur de lis, on it in pale blue shades. We strolled the Ponte de ...
After a fairly late start for Joe after our big walking day yesterday we headed off to Pisa to check out the tower on the 11.06 train. I have learnt to use the trenoitalia ticket machines and they are great to jump the que at the info/ticket office which can often be hours long. I wonder if Joe realises how much time and effort I am saving him...probably not. When we arrived in Pisa we grabbed our first maccas which hade a ...
... in Florence, which is a shame. You need more time to see this lovely city. But we are running up against our Schengen time. That's the visa agreement between most EU countries. Americans get 90 days out of 180 in most of Western Europe and we're at 85 now and want to save a few more days for later.
We found a lovely B&B near the Uffizi, the world famous Renaissance art museum near the bank of the Arno River. Our ...
... from the Duomo. So….their house is a beautiful apartment on the 1st floor of a 15th Century building! 15th CENTURY PEOPLE!!!!! In their den is an original (dating from the 15th C.) fresco on the ceiling….GORGEOUS! The ceiling in the dining room is at least 25 feet high with original wood beams…you guessed it…dating from the 15th C!! Just saying! The ...
With a few days left until my Italian vacation comes to an end, I'm trying to figure out where to spend my last days. So although I'd love to go back to the Amalfi Coast and spend some time by the beach, it's too much travelling, plus I'm supposed to return the rental car to Florence. So I finally decide to drive to Cortona and Pienza, with the intention to purchase some pieces from a range of antique replica jewellery that I'd seen and ...