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... walking around was speaking English. We explored for about an hour and then headed to the huge gothic cathedral to buy tickets to check out the inside. This was Nate's first European church viewing and he was blown away - as was I! The inside of the church is not only huge, it's jam packed with stuff to see - our eyes didn't know where to look first! The first thing that hits you are the stripes. They're everywhere, floor to ceiling. It's ...
... with what has been going on on our respective sides of the globe. It was well worth the extra flying time it took me to reach my first destination.
My second day in Florence was spent with Helen and Melissa, 2 friends from school who also happened to be in Florence at the same time. It was the complete opposite of the day before, instead of waking up to clouds and the sound of rain, the sun was already making its way through the clouds. The temperature ...
... from this week's hikes around Vinci and here, in the hills, to the medieval village of Larciano. This is Leonardo's country. The place where he was born, where he studied the geology of the hills, where he formed his ideas.
Campeggio Villagio Le Ginestre - Marzo 29th a 31st.
We enjoyed our stay here for a number of reasons. For Signor e Signora, the chance to visit nearby Arezzo. But for me, it was the walks through woodlands, by ...
... degrees, today it now leans at 3.99 degrees. On arrival we couldn't help but laugh at everyone posing, it was like watching random tai chi moves, we could've sat there all day people watching. I have included some very touristy pics of us joining in.
During our time in Florence we thought we'd venture out and booked us an excursion to the Tuscan hills. Firstly we stopped at Monteggioni a small medieval town still surrounding by it's original walls, with a population ...
... the kids have been free in 90% of the places we have visited in Italy with no questions of whether they are from the EU or not. We are certainly not complaining about the policy change as it has saved us a fortune in fees.
After the various museums at the Palazzo, we headed off to look around the gardens which had some wonderful sight/view lines and some very impressive boulevards of trees. While out there we started hearing thunder ...