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... later was seen for 3 euro. That made him a little grumpy for a while but it won't be the last time. The wandering street merchants manage to show up everywhere with all sorts of merchandise. In Florence they aren't allowed to sell on the street so they have their things for sale wrapped up a big cloth so they can quickly pick them up when they see the police coming. They seems to have their eyes everywhere ...
We just spent the weekend in Tuscany, came back one day early due to our first bad incident while in Italy...when parked in a public parking while in a small town overnight as we stayed in a hotel in centrale, we came back to the car mid morning to put our bags back and the back window had been shattered and broken. Now, I tell you while it was pouring down rain there were several things good about this incidente that shows God takes care of us: ...
Weather: Partly cloudy skies, about 75 degrees. We were thankful that the rain that was predicted for the week never materialized.
Activities: We had 10am reservations at the Uffizi Gallery and needed to get up and out by 9:30am. We continued to consider that an 'early' morning as we were getting to bed late and also coordinating four ladies in one bathroom. Somehow it always worked out and we made every train and every reservation. I was thankful for all ...
This morning we trekked where every visitor to Florence must trek and that is Pisa, our local guide Roberto, or Bob was a natural born comedian, but got upset if anyone called him Bobby. We were warned about him before we even got there, but his sense of humour soon put as all at ease. This man speaks 11 languages, and he would stop and ask someone where they were from and would then speak with them ...
... to stabilize it and finish its construction. In more recent years water has been pumped out and tons of concrete have been poured in under the foundation. It appears to be settled now, with the top of the tower about 12 feet out of the vertical. Visitors can climb the 300 or so steps to the top, if they wish, and some do but not us.
We had been promised a treat on the way back to Florence. Somewhere in the hills of Tuscany there was alleged to be an agri-tourist ...
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