Hotel Restaurant La Scaletta
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And the train left Venezia San Lucia precisely on time.....obviously NOT British Rail or Sydney Trains!
Jan has done a superb job of organising "The Italian Job" (apologies to Michael Caine!), every step of the journey has worked to perfection... trains, planes, boats, hotels etc. everything has gone like clockwork.
We are starting this entry on the quite fast train between Venice and Firenze....... Currently 220 kph, ...
... I wasn't interested in what the lady was saying. I heard something about bricks and that was me done listening. So not only was I hungover and over it. Having only 4 hours sleep I got bloody lost. Lost the entire group, thought it wasn't too bad cause Faye was with me. Turned around and she had buggered off somewhere too. Not ideal to be lost in Florence. Mainly ...
... Good luck finding a way out in a fire – (quickly noted a way out from the window just in case).
Downstairs the street is filled with little boutique shops and it is a short step to a Gelato shop before arriving at the Boboli Gardens for an afternoon stroll. The ones of us who have read Dan Browns "Inferno" book are now starting to get agitatedly excited – this is the garden heavily featured in the book, ...
girato un po 'di pi¨ e se ne and˛ in un negozio di pelletteria, dove ho
ottenuto una borsa davvero molto caldo cambiamento rosa. Poi abbiamo trovato un ristorante a cena a, Ristorante Lorenzo de 'Medici. Ho Gnocci Quattro Formaggi e mia mamma ha Spaghetti alla Pomodoro-entrambi erano deliziosi! Abbiamo provato anche il vino della casa, che era davvero buona. Quando
abbiamo cominciato a tornare verso l'albergo abbiamo visto la strada
dove andiamo ...
... s father was stationed there in WWII. I have known that for a while, but I didn't really put it together that he was actually there until I saw some Italian army men walking around. I wish I had known that I would be traveling to Florence before I had left the States so I could have done some research of his service. The WWII era has always been my favorite to learn about and walking in his footsteps would have made my studies more meaningful.