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... picture of where Mary and I ate. Secondly, there are very few taxis in Fiesole. We asked the server in the small restaurant we ate at to call us a taxi and even she couldn't get us one. Be prepared to possibly take the bus back down the hill, which is quite a bit cheaper than a taxi but no where near as comfortable.
Today its off to Chianti to do a winery tour. We've drank enough wine here so we decide to go tour one of the sources of it.
Mary and Angelo
... there own distinct architecture and they all look so different. We arrived into Pisa and walked to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and it was kinda in the middle of nowhere. It is quite a small town with a huge cathedral / church in it. The tower was impressive and it is on a 5m lean so it is really obvious. There is also two other huge buildings there as well so after pictures we moved on - glad we weren't spending more time ...
... store, a nearby street musician started playing an Accordion. I surmised that he was Russian based on previous examples I’ve seen here. I made a donation and shot a short video, with the magnificent Duomo in the background. It was very fortunate that I got the video when I did, as about one minute later, two Polizia Municipale arrived and with only a few gestures they forced him to pack up and leave (I’m assuming he’s “known to ...
... taxi. While loading Ed sees a surprise on the wheel of Jo's suitcase not mentioning it to the cabbie with all 8 bags in the Citrone van. Jo keeps telling Jan she smells dog pooh??? Ix nay on the poop nay. 20 Euro bill for a 5.30 ride later we arrive at the Marriott and Mike walks in 40 minutes later...no sweat with no bags to schlep. Florence is definitely not Orvieto and as of yet no Rome. Cinque terre tomorrow. ...
Central Market was a great market where the locals did their shopping, so there was the fresh fruit and vegetables, cured meats and lots of pasta. I managed to try salt infused with truffle, which smelt like, well truffles! Looking forward to trying it out.
Our next stop was Trattoria Mario (in the same square as the Central Market), which was recommended by the Lonely Planet and other guide books, opened in 1953, it is a Florentine institution. We arrived at ...