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... to sample a drop. The drive through the Tuscany countryside was so picture perfect, rolling hills filled with vine and olives groves, beautiful old stone houses, stone fences and people out waking and riding through the landscape. We had a funny sight just out of Florence, a girl on the side of the road in a very short dress waving us down. I said is that what I think it is, Jac just laughed. Around the next corner here were another three sitting on a bench and ...
We started our day again on the bus, headed to Florence. The road wasn't all that long, and definitely wasn't winding all that much, it was strangely like home. We passed through more tunnels, for sure, but it was a lot of open space. Most of which filled with farm land and fields if produce. There were tree farms and fields of sunflowers, winery grape fields and even corn and wheat. Seeing the tractors tilling the land actually made us a ...
... wineries over the 2 weeks , which was easy to do in this region and really relaxing.
We also went to Pisa, Florence and Sienna - all beautiful places and great pizzas- I will so miss those pizza's!
On the last Friday, we flew from Pisa back to Bristol and then on the train to Cardiff and back to Mum and Dad's to get ourselves sorted for the final journey to ...
... t like- haha).
As we were both still pretty knackered from our full on time in Rome, we decided to stay at the hostel for dinner, and paid 8Euro for an amazingly good buffet meal. There was about 4 different kinds of pasta on offer.. 2 types of curry.. a few salads and a free glass of wine! Not all bad really!
On monday, we walked into the centre of Florence (about a 20-30min walk from our hostel) and went straight to the Duomo. ...
... to enjoy the art when you cant see it through the wall of people.
I had planned on visiting the Palazzo Vechio, but after three hours in the Uffizi I was museum'd out. At that point I had spent 3 days in a row seeing 4 of the greatest museums on the planet and I knew if I saw anything else I wouldnt be able to enjoy it. My brain was fried. So I decided instead to take a hike across the Ponte Vecchio to the other side of the Arno river. ...