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... at night via ferry so could not really appreciate the beauty of the island till the next day. As with most of our holidays, we had a car, which along with a GPS, affords the ultimate freedom of exploration. We stayed at the amazing Relais delle Picchiaie hotel which is perched on a secluded hill a few miles from the port. Our first view of Elba was from our breakfast table on the ...
... only a couple seconds so as not to damage the tree, where the pine cones are then collected, the cones cracked open and the nuts extracted. The process is apparently a lengthy one and the reason pine nuts are so expensive. Back on the ship, we were fairly hungry so decided to order room service, after which we watched the boat leave the shore and now we're on our way to Civitavecchia, Rome :) we'll be going to bed now because that tour for tomorrow is an early one :) night ...
... departure of 4:30. Of course, two of our fellow travelers didn’t make it on time so we stood and waiting on them. Arriving at 4:15, she asked if there was time for the toilet. Of course. Next is was the approximately 1.5-hour drive back to the pier.
For me the highlight was David. In 1784, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Pietro Leopoldo, converted the friary of San Matteo and the convent of San Niccolò di Cafaggio to house the Gallery so students in ...
... to head back to the site as we had to go shopping. After we showered and got ready (feeling a little crispy) we headed for the local co-op, unfortunately no Aldi or Lidl close by. After having a good hour or so, surfing the isle and getting the much needed supplies we decided to check out our 39 items in the self service check out (although we realised half way through it was 15 items max!!! Whoops) I had ...
... rain to go away and the bus to arrive. Not much to do here once you have seen the three sights.
Then we were driven to Florence and let loose. The weather was still inclement so this spoiled the day a bit but we both agree Florence is a place you really must go back to. Churches, Cathedrals, the streets and the shops were all inviting. We went into one or two leather shops only to find the cost of their ...