Hotel Da Vinci
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... thank goodness. I am typing this entry sitting in the portico looking over Pistoia. Phil and Diane said they are having a lovely time. Di bought a $10 one size fits all dress at the market and she loves it.
The daughter of Giorgio has just brought us these tuscan specialty crispy bread treats filled with garlic, rosemary and parmesan cheese - yum. What a lovely family Giorgio has.
... Toilet Paper in a Plastic Zip Lock Bag (and a supply of Zip Lock Bags in general)--Many times the bathrooms will be out of TP and very unclean even if you have to pay for that "privilege"! For example, in Rome, by the Colliseum, the bathroom cost 50 cents Euro but had pee from one end to the other and god knows what else and no TP! The Zip Lock bags also come in handy to take soaps used once or twice from hotels or leftovers (as doggy bags are not typical in Europe though pure ...
... to both the beach and the old town. I decide the heck with it, I want to go there next and it's not too expensive if I do it now, so I book six nights in Nice after my stay with Giulia. I think I'll just go to Nice, Bordeaux, and Paris in France rather than repeating my mad rush through Italy. I'll stay at least 5 days in Nice (not many in expensive Paris!) and I'm not sure how many in Bordeaux. And gosh does it feel longer than it's ...
... to our platform and we hear the train doors closing. Thankfully the train guard notices us running towards train and let's us in his door, which was the only one still open. We stay "Gracie" repeatedly to him and stand huffing and puffing for a bit, but most thankful we had made the train. Arriving in Florence we make our usual stop at the McDonalds to use the free toilet. Apparently soon after I had raced upstairs to the toilet another group ...
... unpacked and then headed in to town for a night of karaoke.
Our morning in Florence started off with a walking tour with a local guide, taking in the local cathedral and bell tower, as well as the statues that lined the main square and the history behind them. We also got to cross the famous bridge the Ponte Vecchio.
The rest of the day was then spent checking out the local markets and trying ...