Borgo al Cerro
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Easy day today with little on the agenda. Objectives were some souvenir shopping at the Central Market, a check of train timetables for future reference and then a look at the Pitti Palace and the Chiesa San Spirito and a farewell dinner there. We went inside the market this time to check out the food on offer after visiting the external stores selling leather goods and cheaper souvenirs. A killing was made on souvenirs, but in ...
Livorno was the next stop where most of our 'cruise buddies' headed to either Tuscany, Florence, Pisa or Cinque Terre. We decided to have another quiet day without too much travelling - instead we got off the boat and had a quick wander around Livorno. We decided to visit some of ...
We arrived in Tusacany and settled into our apartment "Il Borgo di Cerro" near Casole d'Elsa. This little jewel is located between Florence and Siena, which would allow us to visit both areas without having to travel too far. We were surrounded by rolling hills, olive trees and fields of vineyards. It was beautiful. They opened the pool on our second day and the kids decided to jump in. Of course, the water was freezing. Luckily, the property was huge and the ...
... We call it a night and head home - five days of Florence decadence starting to take its toll. We pass the Pitti Palace on the way - the last of the big sights for Lindsey & I to tick off - and it's lit up with loads of silver-costumed stilt walkers performing outside. We hang around, enjoying the spectacle, but when a live horse with actual wings harnessed to its back arrives, we take it as our cue to leave. PS: I finally find Perche No! ice cream shop on our way home!! It is ...
... 8217;s actually been a lot harder than I expected, but I’ve definitely learned a lot from it. Taking shots of people is definitely a lot harder than taking architecture, nature or landscape shots. It means that you have to stop and talk to the person or ask if you can take their picture. It really makes you step out of your comfort zone, and I didn’t always want to do it, but in the end I’m really happy that I stuck with it. People fascinate me and I think ...