Hotel Piccolo Ritz
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Pitecchio. What a pretty town with lovely roads, bridges and of course the Viaduct that we see on the way up to Ulivetto. Josy, the Kramers and Phil and Di will like seeing the photos up close to the viaduct which is huge and was apparently bombed by the Americans during world war 2. We also went up much higher to Cireglio where Phil and Craig walked last week. ...
... Did I mention he was deliciously handsome and rugged? I digress. Bought a beautiful bracelet made with 7 different indigenous woods that I don't remember. I guess I was a little distracted. He was quite gracious, talked to Richard about the oars, boats, etc. What a find! And the bracelet is a treasure, as well. We were so tired from our day, we we back to our room, threw on our comfy jammie type clothes and went to the nearest restaurant to our hotel. ...
... Probably just the steak we were served but I should have had the pizza! Maybe next time I will give it a whirl again but not the way I wanted to end the culinary part of the tour.
Up early tomorrow for a walk around town before anyone is on the streets. Me and the camera going to take one last stroll. I am up to about 2,200 pictures for the trip so a couple hundred more before breakfast of this beautiful town can't hurt!
It's 5:30 pm (17:30 Italy time since they use the 24-hour clock), and we're on the train again heading back after our second day trip to Florence. It's hot again (supposedly 20 degrees hotter than usual) and it hit 96 today, a whooping 4 degrees cooler than yesterday, not that we could really tell the difference.
We met our tour guide, Sandra, at the train station and off we went on foot. We had group reservations at the Uffizi ...
... backwards because of the direction of our seats). It was really nice to just sit and read or listen to music and write in our travel journals, but the trip was only about an hour and a half (keep in mind that this was an extremely fast train)! Mom and I were sad when it was over...:( We came out at the Santa Maria Novella train station in Florence and walked to our apartment, which is very central--near the Duomo Cathedral and ...