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Our final day in Florence was much more relaxing. We started our day seeing the statue of David by Michelangelo. This was awesome to see as it it so well constructed and detailed, it was awesome. We then went to Santa Maria Novella, yet another beautiful church filled with beautiful artwork and history. The rest ...
20 August Bronte has adopted the two teenage girls staying downstairs as her new best friends. They are very kind to her and Flynn, indulging them in long games involving balls and the pool. So today, Bronte has organised for us and for their family to stay in so that we can all play by the pool. Jo and I quite like their parents and grandparents so it has not been a chore. They are much more engaging than the American family who are staying next door. Our new ...
Our three days in florence seem to go by so quickly can't believe it! On the way to florence we got a chance to stop in a small town called Orvieto which is ontop of a cliff. We had to take like a ski chalet to get up there. The town was so beautiful and quiet very different from Roma. We got to tour for a bit in the town grab a bite to eat and then head back to the bus and ...
... talk had made C a little nervous but Dario was really quite calm, though he was blasting the AC/DC when we arrived. Our group was led to the dining area which is behind the butcher case and we sat down to a tasty lunch of "Tuscan sushi" (steak tartar), Tuscan "tuna" (pork, but it really tasted like tuna), fagioli, roasted potatoes, a meatloaf like dish, porchetta (or maybe it was just roasted pork?), and vegetables dipped in olive oil with spiced salt. We had more wine, ...
... expensive but it was probably 2 Euro for the coffee and 3 for the view - well worth every Euro cent. That done, it was off to the shops! Florence is renowned for its leather factories and gold jewellery - two of Kerrie's favourite things. After purchasing a couple of leather handbags (Stacey - you get first choice) and a leather gift for Brett it was down to the Ponte Vecchio for a look at the gold. ...