Castello di Fezzana
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... out for a coffee, I asked a waitress who was setting up if the shop was open.
"Apriamo alle sette" she replied. Seconds after I turned and walked away I heard a church bell toll SEVEN times.
Maybe that's Italian humour ??
... and I was headed to the Santa Maria Novella area. I walked through here from the train station last Wednesday. Ultimately, I wanted to be at Fortezza da Basso at 3 PM to go to Shops and the City that I had read about online. I wanted to see inside the Basilica but again they charge so I just couldn't do it—ha! I decided to walk to a couple other sites mentioned in my book; both looked like they were on the way towards the Fortezza, ...
... again and extremely fearful especially of men and so used to piddle on the floor out of sheer fright if any men came to visit and used to tear up the house, yard, screen doors, carpeting, anything, whenever I had to leave to go to the store, etc.
At one point in those early days, I almost had to give him up as he was so destructive, but got him Doggie boot camp for 6 weeks (an overnight camp in Riverside, where they train the dogs full time), then another 4 weeks ...
... train, Got to Monticatine Central, thought it was not the correct station and stayed on. IT WAS THE RIGHT STOP!! At the next station, Peschia, the train stopped but doors didn't open. It went back. (I've no idea why). Finally got back to hotel at 7.10. Quick freshen up and dinner. Potato and veg soup, chicken and choc cake ice cream. Packed and showered -knackered. Bed ...
... the way. Steve did a great job of getting us there, but I must say I was an anxious passenger. After finding a suitable place to park (in a small side street alley), we navigated the rest of the way by foot, moving toward the city centre.
We first passed the old Fortezza da Basso (clearly an old medieval fortress) that was sadly closed as it was Sunday. Next stop was the much talked about "leather markets" that we discovered near ...