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... we cancelled this option when a number of departure times came up on the screen. Card in and press print for tickets. "Now we were on our way"I thought. Looked up at the big screen for the platform, then looked down at the tickets to see that they were for travel from Pisa to Florence. How did this happen? The machine wrongly took notice of the last request which was about return trip details. So then it was back to the line with A149 ticket and asked a rail ...
The next morning I wake to clean up the mess from the night before including myself. I'm still sick & can't even hold down water. It's not until near midday that Grant drags me out onto the streets of Florence for some air. I'm glad he looked after me last night. I'm a lucky women. He can laugh about it already but I don't find it funny yet & I can't even think about it without heaving. I can't stand the smell or sight of Italian food but I manage to drink water. We ...
... s more beautiful outside than inside, but well, inside is beautiful too. We took the combined ticket for the lower part of the church, the cuppola and the campanile. Looks like it was built over a previous temple (Roman I guess).
Next was Campanile's turn. Again a lot of stairs, but worth going to the top for the amazing views of the city and Duomo.
... out to the city of Florence.
I had heard how incredible the Duomo was, from Sami and others, but was not ready to experience the sheer might of the imposing cathedral! The line was so long that we didn't even consider going in but I could only imagine being a commoner back in the day, walking into that building for mass and just being completely overwhelmed by the might of 'God' (the massive Dome exemplifying the power of God but built by humans). From the Duomo we grazed ...
... and it's not long before we arrive in Sienna. Our time here included an walking tour with a guide and he was fantastic. I learnt about different types of architecture, gothic, renaissance, fresco paintings, more beautiful statues. The story behind Sienna is that of Romulus and Remus who galloped their way across the countryside and came across Sienna. One was riding a white horse and one a black horse and these are the colours that adorn the ...