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Our trip today took us from the hostel in Milan to the Vespa museum, about 40 minutes west of Florence (John will write about this in another entry), to our accommodation in Campi Bisenzio, which is a township just west of Florence.
Our hotel was hard to find, but well worth it once we got there. It's located on a piazza (a small square/ …
... wine cellar...it used to be a jail. The grounds were beautiful with great views also. We tried four different kinds of wines and had a pasta dinner with salami, cheese, bruschetta, bread, olive oil with truffles (I.e. Mushrooms) which was all very good. The last wine was a dessert wine which we dunked our biscotti in, it took your breath away at first but then you kinda liked it. It was like a combination of maple syrup and cognac. ...
... stops. Got here and it was beautiful weather, we have been quite lucky recently. Dumped the bags, put on some shorts and ventured out. Found ourselves at a market, which if you were after belts, bags or scarfs, not for 'Monkey prices' then this was your place to be! We looked and lingered a little too long, felt guilty walking away after they had gone to such effort to show me the bag was reversible and both long and short strap, and it turned into a clutch and ...
... that served coffee and 'make your own' salads and sandwiches. As with cool coffee shops back home, tons of American college students were there. Funny how that works. After eating, Kara had to leave for the train station to meet her tour - I sat there and wrote for about 45 minutes (not the leisurely writing morning I had imagine, but it still felt restful and restorative to me).
I met Kathlee and Amy back at the B and B and we left to go meet our tour group. On our walk ...
... wandering around a little in the streets of Pisa, we went to the quaint little town of Lucca. Set inside this massive stone walls and full of cobble-stone pedestrian roads, Lucca is what you think of when you think of real Tuscany. Add to it the Christmas markets and the whole town flooding the streets, Lucca was the perfect contrast to tourist-heavy Florence and Pisa. We enjoyed a perfect meal at a wine bar before having to head back to ...