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... white rooster crowed in Siena! All the land between Florence and Siena is part of the Florentine area, and the black rooster adorns their Chianti brand!
Great lunch, great wine (bought some and having it shipped home) and a nice nap on the way back.
Off to a concert tonight in a small castle here in the port...even some arias being song by some local tenors...and WINE!
Love, Dar and ...
... for me, and I would have to come back at 830 am the next day (Friday). It's a good job I did get here a day early! Seeing as I was on the coast, my stop for the night was meters away from the sea. After a walk to the local shops, I got back in time to watch the sun set over the sea! Friday morning I got up early and took Lily to the garage for 830 as arranged. Thinking I would maybe have to hang around for an hr or two I didn't have breakfast (that way I ...
... very pleasant few days here in Livorno. The festival has been a bit of a letdown. Everything we have seen (so far) has been a glorified 'trash & treasure market',.. surrounded by outdoor eating. The festival is in a district called Venezia,.. so named because it is a maze of canals,.. thousands of boats,.. and lots of residences. The festival is called 'Effeto Venezia' and the whole area is cordoned off at night for pedestrian and bike traffic only. We plan to spend some ...
... construction has continued it is likely that the tower would have toppled soon after. When construction resumed the architects redesigned the plans to make the floors on the leaned side taller than the ones on the other side.
Soon we were back in the van for the drive to La Spezia, where our driver helped us book passage on the boat taking us to Cinque Terre, which means "five lands" and is just that -- 5 tiny villages built along ...
... t seem real. The cathedral is something that I hadn't heard about before but it was amazing. The frescoes and the interior was breathtaking and very richly done. There was also the supposed mummified body of St Ranieri, Pisa's patron saint (why not?) . I was lucky enough to be wearing stuff that covered my knees and shoulders so I wasn't made to wear their green, paper smock thing they were foistering on all the women as to not offend God ...