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Travel Blogs from Terranuova Bracciolini
... sauted zucchini and pasta. All was good,
but since I had some projects still to work on, I only had a half glass of
wine. We all ate on the outside picnic table, then turned off the lights and
watched the fireflies light up the night for a bit before I had to return to
work. So my very first real meal in Italy is cooked by an Australian!
I do have a few photos but it started getting too dark so
not too much to see below ...
... kind of killed the atmosphere but was still well worth visiting!
We then went back to visit our little coffee shop before heading to the natural history museum that Simon had discovered (He had researched it and found the right address!! haha).
The Natural History Museum (Museo di Storia Naturale Firenze) is amazing!! I really enjoyed it.. despite having told Simon that I would just tag along and then see how I felt haha. It is ...
... handbags that I like and promised myself to return the next day. Finishing the day we hit the gym to try wear off these extra kilos - not doing very well though. Day 2: 60 minutes cardio at the gym to start the day!!! Very proud of myself (then we did another 40 at night too). Then it was off on the hop on hop off bus to your the city. First of all we did one path which visited many of the places we have seen before but this ...
... minutes had elapsed, indicating either that perhaps I am too impatient or that 15 minutes seems like a long time when you are suffering ! So yesterday was yet another memorable day. We started by taking a taxi that I thought was going to cost less than it did to Fiesole. My mistake (still quite capable of making a mistake even though I did that show "how to travel around the county"). Hey, I never said I was an expert, the whole point my friend. Alan's Italy is truly my ...
... did not stop. He said that they have a problem with flooding because it is a port and they have over developed the land around that is fairly flat.
We stopped at and Autogrill for a 'biological break’ and a pannini (sandwich). We are experts at these places now and we were in and out in record time. Then the town of Pisa was in sight. Andy had promised us a novelty transfer from the bus to the ‘Miracle Square’ and he delivered in ...