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... views of various pretty spots. Back to the car and home again. Lesley does seem a little better – good that she stayed home today.
Relaxing at home was nice and now Craig and I are preparing a risotto and salad dinner with rock melon and prosciutto primo. We are listening to David Niven’s audio book THE MOON’S A BALLOON – interesting but he is wanky!
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... this afternoon and had literally dropped their bags at their hotel and jumped on the bus for the wine tasting tour!! They were able to fill us in on the final State of Origin results and we couldn't believe the Maroons had won by so many points after losing the 2 previous games! We asked the American girls what the night life in Florence was like and they assured us that it was quite exciting, especially watching the World Cup matches in pubs and meeting locals and ...
... means "house" (probably where domicile and domesticated come from). In this case, "House of God", because the Duomo is the cathedral and just like Pisa, it comes accompanied by a bell tower and a Baptistry where all the children in Florence were once baptised. The octagonal dome of the cathedral is still the largest dome ever constructed out of brick and herein lies a little story.
... had a boat ride along the coast which took us to Riomaggiore, where we finish our walk along the famous path of Via dell'Amore, “Lover's Lane”, a walkway hanging above the sea which take us back to Manarola, and trained it back to La Spezia to our bus to head home. Luke and I absolutely loves this tour such a great day, we met some really great people from brissy, san Diego California, and Alaska. Our Guides Alex and Freddy and bus diver palo were great. We Bused, ...
... visited the Baptistry. Very old building in an octagon shape with magnificent carved bronze dors. This place is super old - had its octagonal shape as early as 500 a.d. and started out as a pagan place of worship but later on became a place of Christian worship with magnificent frescoes, and a blend of Islaamic, Byzantine, and Christian art from the floor to the ceiling.
After consuming our first gelato in Florence, we shopped for a small purse for ...