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... was also pretty cool. The farms and the lunch were fantastic! The Balsamic and Cheese making process were amazing but not as amazing as the taste. The vinegar ranged from 15yo to 143yo. The cheese was up to 48mths. Given the low number on the tour (just 7 plus the guide) we travelled in a Merc people mover which meant we were home a little earlier than expected (just 10.5 hrs instead of 11.5hrs). Ally and I had a nice sleep in, then we went back to ...
Museums in Florence are closed on Mondays. Hence, we decided to take a little trip outside of the city.
First, we drove to the edge of Florence to get a good view of the city. Because that wasn't enough, we decided to see the small hilltop down of Fiesole on the other side of the city, which is great for a lovely view, hiking, little cafes, and not much else. We went there to hike around and see the other great view before driving off to our main stop of the ...
... and then fried...sounds pretty gross but tasted amazing with the other two (very unhealthy too unfortunately!). Today we started at the Duomo and went into the cathedral and walked up to the top of the dome...463 steps! Once at the top you can go outside and have full views of the city, amazing! We then had to climb back down to the bottom! After that we grabbed a bite to eat and got on a hop on hop off bus. Was good at first but then ...
I so didn't want to get up today. Very tired and wishing we didn't have to face reality... Even feeling so, I did enjoy our morning visit at the Fragonard perfume factory in Eze, France, especially with the beautiful drive along the cliff coast again. I love seeing how things are made. Dean wanted to buy me a perfume - he's so kind. We both liked 'Belle Cherie' ...
Tuesday 30 April - Day 7
Before breakfast we walked to park across other side of the river from where we are staying. I was expecting a traditional food market but it had a few stalls of fruit, veg and deli goods and most of the rest was junky clothes, shoes and other stuff. The stalls meander through a beautiful park that runs alongside the river. We walked about 2km there and back.
Mid morning Maddie. Jack and ...
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