Casa Al Sole
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... I was in another store. They made lots of mini icecream items as well as the standard gelati and has such beautiful presentation we felt obligated to indulge. Yummo!
At last we walked back to the car and drove to Greve for our next night.
On the way we drove past the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial that has been created in honour of the 5500 US military lost in the war whilst assisting Italy. Approx 4400 crosses are marked with ...
... for a bit and people watched. Found our way to the massive massive cathedral decided to give it a miss as we had two more days to come back to Florence. Beautiful though, and a huge line up around the street. It was hot , with thunder storms and dousing rain, the hot again.
After a bit of lost streets and wrong ways, we finally found the bus station to get back to Greve. we were tired but kept our ...
... to be a winner, at least it was once we found it and hauled the luggage up the two flights of stairs.
The place was ideal for us, modern and tasteful, offering two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, living room with balcony, and a loft sometimes used by the owner when the bedrooms were rented. The owner was a charming young man who worked at a local fine dining restaurant, He would be spending the night at his ...
... the cutest little Fiat convertible to drive to the Outlet Mall. Yes, I said outlet mall. The stores were a little more upscale though. Gucci, Fendi, Armani and the likes. Needless to say I only bought a couple of things but the people I bought them for should be very happy! Now back to that cute little Fiat. We met with a friend of Charlie's that worked at the mall and he suggested that we take a ride to Sienna. What ...
For an afternoon snack we shared a decadent piece of cheesecake. Like nothing we have had before, this one was light & fluffy with chocolate drizzled on top & easily devoured. This snack was the perfect excuse to get access to a free bathroom- public restrooms cost €1/ $1.33 to use; I would much rather buy a slice of cheesecake with our $2.66!
While standing uptop the Duomo of Sienna looking out at the ...