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Today was a 12 hour bus tour of Siena, San Gimignano (locally shortened San Gi) and Pisa by a company called Walkabout Tours. We left Florence at 8.30am, got onto the motorway and headed for Siena, beautiful and interesting Medieval town. The town is built on a hill so people walk everywhere and it is ******* the legs. First place we visited was the main town square called Piazza del Campo. Interesting history and activities take place here every ...
... of fresh pasta. Without a doubt this was a highlight of the trip they were such beautiful people and were so happy to have us there. The nights in Florence are cold. Colder than Swiss Alps. The first night my roommate and myself almost froze. At 5.30am I thought surely it is time to get up as we had both been tossing all night to get warm. Eventually she got up to put on more clothes when she realised I was awake, only ...
... apparently it used to be all butcher shops but they wanted to make it a classy bridge so they ordered the goldsmiths to move in). We weaved our way back through the streets, visited the outside of the Duomo (cathedral), spectacular architecture! All built with individual pieces of coloured marble, same rules here, you need to cover knees and shoulders but as today was 35° we decided we would come back tomorrow when it's a bit cooler. Feeling hot and exhausted we ...
... I didn't want to buy anything, but wanted to see the whole experience
Brian highlight - relaxation
Brian lowlight - none
Claibourne highlight - a peaceful relaxing day exploring Florence
Claibourne lowlight - none
Christine highlight - relaxing all day
Christine lowlight - none
1/2/14 - We awoke a bit earlier than yesterday for our last morning in Florence. After ...
... singing above and behind me in the hedges (and the sound of leaf blowers and tree trimming saws…).
I now had to walk all the way back to the entrance but the guide book did a good job of taking me on a totally different route (passing 3 of the 4 Grottoes within the gardens). Almost at the exit there was a great view of the Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio in the distance. By now I was ready for lunch so I decided to try pizza place that was closed when I went ...