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Then... We looked outside and it was snowing! I kid you not. Lisa and I went outside immediately for a snow ball fight. Hmm... harvesting olives in the snow? No... It was clear today (Friday) so spent just an hour or so picking olives at the neighbor's. Probably won't get back to it until Sunday when the weather is forecasted to be clear.
All for now. I'll try to attach a picture of last night's snow.
... Dan Brown’s book to him but as the guard comes off as incompetent in the book, it seemed indelicate.
I stopped my Dan Brown tour for a lunch break and then crossed the Ponte Vecchio admiring the astonishingly overpriced jewellery shops along the bridge and looking about for the Dante quotes which Dan Brown kindly indicated appeared a few times on the bridge. I found two - thanks, Dan!
I followed the Vasari Corridor above me and am ...
We packed up early today and headed off towards Florence. Sad to say goodbye to our lovely little San Quirico Italian village, but I'm glad to be leaving our little hobbit room. Peter seemed to like it though. We walked around and took some photos of the hotel and the garden that we didn't have much time to sit in and then some of the little village.
We drove off and managed to find the outlet store called Valdiciana Outlet Village. I had Big ...
... would open. I felt like I was back working for ETSL and was waiting to have to scan my hand and have my eye scanned like I did then when I entered the secure area. Once we got in all the staff were just sitting at normal desks and there was a large queue. However an american lady came in and interrupted a staff member to ask about changing currency to which she was told you had to be a customer so at least that stopped my long wait. ...
... we split a lemon sorbetto on the way back. It was cold and refreshing. :) Tomorrow we may do some more sight seeing here, or we may go visit the hill towns surrounding here - depending on the buses.
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Florence is a beautiful town and probably my favorite in Italy. It's a little busy with tourists, but it's absolutely worth it for the combination of food, art, and architecture. Oh and the fact that it is ...