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... castle wall, served as a "refugee camp" for people evicted from Siena when the Florentines were particularly nasty, and then for people who lived in between the two larger cities when they warred back and forth across several centuries.
As always, a late morning cappuccino topped off our visit, though Deb almost had her first "visit" from an avian source...the pigeons overhead dropped an unwelcome deposit that ...
... thing, and as all the local towns and cities had been invited along, there was a competitive element too. The bands would emerge from the ‘Commune’, (the town hall), banging the drums and trumpeting as loud as they could, and would be followed by the local royalty. They continued with their rhythmic drumming and trumpeting as they did a tour of the town centre, before returning to the piazza, and putting on a show of flag twirling and ...
Wednesday 11th December
Today was a beautiful clear warm day. The sun was shining the air was crisp and clear and we could see all around us today. A special day to enjoy the quiet and the views. Ro went out in the morning to take some photos. The kids and I blogged, washed clothes, explored the area we were staying and read books. It was so nice to be able to wash and have a ...
... at Florence train station - hard to weight bear - hopped around. Taxi to Ponte Vecchio apartments Met at door by Barbara (from Prague) - true what was said on Internet about great service Very nice apartments - and very close to everything Explored area - found laundromat Barbara had told us about Nicki and I went for longer walk to check out Gluten Free restaurants - found one Lisa had ...
... you may wish to take the lift and our villa is one floor below. It is a split level, high ceiling set of rooms, with gorgeous bathed sunlight, steps of ancient stone, tall timbered windows that reveal the old walls of the building, marbled topped antique wardrobes and shelving, king size beds and two bathrooms, one of which is tastefully renovated and large. As soon as we arrived, we got some beer and wine and went to the roof ...