Hotel San Marco
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... that my roommates all have the same sort of reactions when they're very hungry...it would be a nightmare for an outsider to witness all of us in the kitchen.
That's such a small part of living here, though. I can not help but always want to be exploring, even when it's raining and I'm sick (doctors do not advise this behavior). I'm sorry! I always have a hard time resting even when I know it's best for me. And here, I'll get in over 6 ...
... painted in too brighter colours for me to fully appreciate its beauty. I did enjoy the stories of Jesus and Moses on the walls.
We exited the Chapel and made our way out towards St Peters square. We stopped outside the Basilica to admire the view. All I could think of at this point was how full this square would have been yesterday when I was lost in Rome. I saw the Balcony where the Pope stood while giving his speech (But he wasn’t there). Chairs ...
... and his amazing statue of David.
More free time to discover and shop in this wonderful city, walked across the Ponte Vecchio and Gary bought me some lovely earrings for my birthday.
Back to the hotel to get ready for our dinner experience in the Tuscan Hills - travelled through tuscan countryside to the resturant amongst the pine and cypress trees. Had a scary ride round the hills to get there -it was worth it , the food was delightful.
What a great place.
... with a fantastic cathedral, shops, churches, restaurants, and towers. This square took my breath away.
Gord and I sat down in a lovely restaurant for lunch. We shared a clubhouse sandwich, espresso and coke for about 48 canadian dollars! It is very expensive here.
On our trip back on the bus, a woman started to scream and yell at a black man on the bus, accusing him of stealing from her. The bus driver eventually ...
... and just being wonderful hosts. We would go on a trip with them again any time!! The question is...which trip?? Morocco, Vietnam or at Lynn's urging...the Dolomite's....who's with us???
With the bags and the group loaded on the bus, we left Tuscany for the 1.5 hour ride back to Florence. At the train station we said our goodbyes to our great ride mates...who were heading off in various directions:
Cinnamon and ...