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... The queue to get on the funicular (from the bottom to come up) was some 100 metres long (we found this out when we descended just on 10.00 pm.) The entertainment went on till around 1.00am,.. waay too late for us! As we walked back to the Motorhome we both commented that we were really glad we went up and experienced 'Mercantia',.. Certaldo's festa! Friday morning we attended to our weekly domestics (washing, cleaning, etc.) before heading off to Montereggioni for the next ...
... has to shower before entering and wear a beautiful tight pool cap...we enjoyed aerobics for a while to get fit. We got ready and enjoyed dinner then headed to Red Garter for a karaoke session with 3 other contiki groups. We expected a quiet night with a few drinks however ended up at home at 2:00am with no voice. Lauren just made it back to the campsite before losing her dinner and rolling her ankle. Good job ...
... by the gentleman who checked us in) and we still needed to climb 30 steps with two landings! Not what these old legs needed (either of us, lol).
After settling for a few we headed out and decided that heading to Ponte Vecchio was the best choice because it was very well known. It was impressive. Lots of gold and silver, none for us though, haha.
Dinner was at a medium ...
... a bit lost finding the hotel but found it and settled in, were supposed to be in a 6 bed dorm but got put in a 3 bed private so not complaining! Had lunch in the room (crisp baguettes and an apple and juice) then set off into Florence and had a wander round, got ice creams again which were amazing (2 scoops each, i had mixed berries and coconut), walked up a LOT of steps to get to the Michaelangelo square ...
... automatic cars and said we could exchange it at Rome's airport. Since we were going there to pick up John's bag, it wasn't much of a delay. John would have to drive to FCO airport as he used to drive manual cars but not for 20 years. (I could drive a stick as well but I wasn't going to if it could be avoided). He only stalled it a couple of times before it all came back to him. The hardest part was finding the gears as it was a 'double H' stick arrangement with 6 speeds.