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Breakfast at 0800 in our room. Ham and cheese toasties, croissants, coffee etc. We headed off to the market, looking for Miriam House of Leather Casa de Pelleas. Susan was thinking of a leather jacket for her birthday. Unfortunately the weather was against us and it was raining so the first thing we did was pick up an umbrella off the street …
Another fine breakfast at Hotel Olimpia, then pack and make our way on foot the 500 or so meters to St Lucia railway station. Hopefully this will be the longest we will have to carry our bags; although we had rollers, there were two bridges to navigate - an effort in the morning sun.
We departed Venice station on time at 10.24 on an ItaliaRail …
... slices that, in our case, were truly medium rare. With this were traditionally prepared Tuscan potatoes: small golden potatoes quartered and roasted with butter and rosemary. This course would have made a fine meal in itself as well! Then, the "dolci," or sweets course. Out came a two tiered cart, with about 10 different options: chocolate cake, almond cake, orange cake, cake filled with cream and cherries and coated in chocolate, tiramisu, ...
... are wandering through the laneways and unbeknownst to us, September is the busiest month. We have done a lot of walking though and last night we walked over the Ponte Vecchio into an area in which we hadn’t been before. We found a great piazza with a number of restaurants and bars and people hanging out and sat there for a while until the stench of the sewers drove us away! Yep. The stench of the sewers. You can smell it all over Florence and despite the restaurant ...
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- Found a 17th-century spork (among other, more fascinating artifacts from the last several hundred years) in The Bargello, an 800-year-old palace-turned-prison-turned-museum.
- Saw enough depictions of Jesus / Madonna and Child to last me a lifetime in the Uffizi museum. Was also floored by more works of art by Da Vinci and Michelangelo, not to mention Botticelli's The Birth of Venus.