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Wednesday, September 24
When we learned that Liz and Marcia were going to be in Florence at the same time, we had discussed options for visiting neighboring cities. First up was the Cinque Terre…no way…too far. Next up Siena, but there was a concern that Liz would have difficulty with walking. OK, maybe Lucca & Pisa. So after much discussion we let the ladies decide and they choose…SIENA! A beautiful city in ...
... has definitely gotten me missing home more than I'd like, but I also have a problem with always needed friends and family around. I'm dependent on them, on everyone, which is one of the biggest reasons I chose to do this trip alone. I'm hoping this is just the adjustment period, and once I get moving again, all will be fine again.
And aside from the whole inner peace thing, I just want to inhale pasta and sweet, sweet desserts.
... to as the “high grapes”. (Anyone who wants to ask Pop what he calls his Swiss wine may do so at a later date). Matt returns after dark with his tripod and captures postcard shots of the night lit monuments.
After a lovely meal we return in the light rain for another look after dark and the magnificent view and some more guesswork on the location of Vasari corridor (we guess the hotel must be close) then head for bed late ...
... drunk. I was super keen for karaoke and picked two songs, Hey Jude and I'm Yours on the screen thing. The dude organizing it didn't actually play them in order. So I ended up singing Roxanne with Christina and Belinda. I seriously hope that no could actually here what was being sung because I know I was screaming. The drinks here were jugs of cocktails with hugely long straws. The boys ordered beers that arrived with fireworks on the top. It was pretty awesome. ...
... hour or so. Meet everyone at the R.V. point and off for a bit of a walk down the river and meet the bus. Off we go to the hotel. This hotel turns out to be the primo one, up in the hills surrounding Florence. On the way all these lovely villas on the hillsides surrounded by olive trees, the evening sun is painting them all golden, this is Tuscany in the brochures, awesome. Our hotel is small but at least 2 stars better than any of the others, indoor ...