Castello di Lamole
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... What a great surprise and a great way to get back into it - a ride through the Tuscan countryside.
Danilo also has three dogs and a 50 year old turtle, so the kids are in love. The turtle, Gabriella, likes biscotti.
We are managing to understand some Italian, (Paul's high school Italian is coming in handy), and the kids are noticing the similarities between both French and Italian. ...
... with a lean of 4mt. The number of visitors is now controlled via 30 minute slots - and massive administration charges.
The kids loved posing for there Pisa photos with the hands up in the air while standing on the wall. It’s really funny to watch everyone doing the same thing. Yes you do feel a bit silly but hey when in Rome !! Or Pisa for this instance.
Arriving at ...
... more than at home. The bike stalled at one set of lights, toot toot.
I did hang on and close my eyes at times though. One time we were in the far right but had to make a left off R.A. So we were stopped at the lights, sorting out which left, sometimes there are more than one left or right. The roads are like a spread out fan. I said I will put my left arm out to signal we are turning. Green light, toots ...
... Waiter came out with coffee for Steve , brussetta for me accompanied with a class of champagne . Criky, 10:00 . What do you do?? So ate bruschetta, and drank champagne. Quite happy about that.
We spent the next four hours or more walking around ruins from Etruscan and Roman times, including a museum of the diggings, finishing up with lots of Jesus art. The Etruscan era in this place was dated about 500 BC , Roman time was around from 100 BC ...
... and then people could get up and dance. It was great to see almost all of our Contiki group up there by the end of the night. After, there was an option of going clubbing, but we decided to go back to the hotel with our Kiwi friends and chill instead. The next day was jam packed. We got up and into the centre of Florence very early, luckily we did as there were protests blocking many of the main streets causing traffic to accumulate ...