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... was Laura, and seemed like a pretty wild Italian. In the van we're headed off to Pisa. Our first stop was the Leaning Tower. When we arrived like everything else in Europe the cathedral's east side was covered in scaffolding. At least the tower was not buried under metal. Well Linda, and Dan had tickets to climb the tower, we had tickets to see the baptistry, our New Zealand couple just walked around, and the complainers just complained. We were also joined by half ...
... liked Volterra. So, mid morning we head off with just a couple of quick stops also the way to dump the rubbish, bottles and get a photo of our house from the main road - our "driveway" is 2.5 km long... Then up the hill into Volterra. The market is spread around the various piazzas of the town. We get lots of fresh stuff and a couple of roasted chickens, so dinner tonight will be cold ...
... I went and we settled for the highest landing available (where the bells are). The Baptistery and the Duomo were not open until 10am and so we opted to continue on to Florence since it was only 9:15 and we had a long drive ahead of us. Along the way to Florence we saw many, many fields of sunflowers. Beautiful to see so many and reminded us of Van Gogh's paintings. When we finally got to Florence one hour later Mateo drove us ...
... beautiful, intricate and amazing designs ... I really do need to win Lotto!!
The famous Uffizi Museum and Gallery as well as Accademia were nearby but at this time of the day, I really think it would have been too much to take in a lot of art, history and facts.
We ambled back to the van taking happy snaps along the way, and then off we went to our last stop of the day ... a gelato shop where they had the cheapest and most heavenly gelato - the black ...
Internet on the ship is VERY expensive, so won't be using it to update my blog. Entries might be a bit sporadic as I need to find a free Internet cafe when we are in port. Today was easy, hope the rest are equally so. Susie and Tony have gone into Florence for the day, but we saw it earlier in the week, so decide to have an easy day in Livorno. Just wandering around looking in the shops and taking it easy. Also walked through parts of the port looking at ...