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... a VERY steep stairway…which isn’t really much of a stairway, but more of a broad wide step angled down with a 3 inch drop, all the way to the campo. Liz did GREAT!
OK…LUNCHTIME! The rain had stopped at fast as it started, and we sat under the umbrellas of a Trattoria on the campo. Lunch was wonderful. Pasta, what else? SO GOOD!! After lunch, we walk some more. Since the campo is at the bottom, we move over ...
... yogurt, cereals. I pretty much stayed at the end of the table that had the meats & cheeses, which I love!
My plan for the day was to start out with a walk to the Duomo and then wander through the Piazza della Signoria and make my way over to the old bridge, Ponte Vecchio on the Arno river. I was excited to have four days here to explore the town at my leisure. Jeff & I had been here in 1992 for a ...
... throwing up, and my body seemed empty. Time to start from scratch.
With my Italy train the next morning at 7:42, I was determined to rid the toxins or virus or whatever. I drank tons of water, warm gingerale, and even managed to get down half a banana. Things were looking good.
Still, part of me didn't want to leave the comfort of the house. Leaving Geneva meant I would be all alone again, having to figure out everything by myself, possibly ...
... meet us and take the car away. Perfect! Good riddance! We were ready to run away from the car.
I am now going to let Doug explain the experience in his own words. Let me just say before you read this – This is the most frustrated and stressed Doug has been this whole trip so far. Here you go:
Today started off fantastic, turned into a crazy stressful fiasco, then finished with gelato and happiness.
Based on the questions Lizzie asked ...
On this morning all of the boys chose to go to the Da Vinci exhibit. It was at a cafe sort of place. Dad chose to go here because most of the display items were interactive. So we all could wind things and pull and push and touch and well, play. Our next stop was the Segway shop where we were going to rent some Segway's for 2 hours. When we got there we found out that David was too young to go on a Segway by himself ...