Hotel Il Convento
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Last night was T & J's final night with us. We enjoyed doing a music quiz with each other’s itunes with Tony & Jane and managed to have a very fun final night together.
September 5, 2014
This morning we packed and cleaned and generally did Internet stuff etc. Another good munchy lunch together and then we took T&J to the Florence airport. Unfortunately they were delayed for 1.5 hours and worse than that the Monte ...
... in the FIAT 500 behind her.
Last weekend, we took another drive up in to the Alpi Apuane mountains that we can see out the back of the apartment. Our destination this time was the small hilltop town of Barga, which nearly produced a blog title along the lines of 'Don't Barga About', but luckily we visited Pistoia this week and that produced a vastly superior title.
Barga is a typical town of the area and very charming, with tight narrow streets, and houses ...
J&C decided to climb the bell tower at the ....cathedral. As it was 400 stairs, I knew I wouldn't make it so went off for an hour by myself looking in the leather shops which are everywhere. Florence is renown for its Italian leather bags made of cow, calf or lamb leather.
Had lots of fun and ended up eating gelato and drinking coffee while I waited for the kids. They came back tired but said the climb, although ...
... to visit, and as Brenda was dead from climbing up to the top of the Duomo, we took her back to hers for a rest.
And then we climbed the tower, the views were good. Once back at the bottom, we went and packed Lucy's bag as she was now going to stay five star with her Mum.
It was now time for the big birthday dinner, and she wanted to eat it in a restaurant called David. I wasn't going to argue with that, especially as ...
Last day of the tour, we have a morning tour of Fienze, starting with Piazza san Croce where they will play a historic football game, 'calcio storico' in the square covered by sand, this coming week on the feast of John the Baptist, patron saint of the city... Great mixture of old traditions and modern customs abound in this city. As I passed the square later I saw some guys jousting! We check out the Duomo, Uffizi Gallery area, and it gets ...