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... about 90 years later after he died his family could not afford to keep it, so they sold it, and guess who bought it, the Medici's. We looked round the city and saw all the secret passage ways from palace to palace above the walkways so the Medici's didn't have to walk on the normal pathway. Then we caught the train back to the caravan park and had 1 hour to play on the ...
Wednesday 13th August Travelling is sooo weird. But a really good weird. Today was my only day in Cinque Terre but I'm now on my way back to Florence by train. Go figure. I loved the 'posse' I was with! And I felt like company so back to Florence I went. However, this morning when I woke up I realised I had lost my Airpoints card (my main form of card payment that I have been using).... #fail. I realised the last place I used it was buying ...
... toes were damaged when someone drove a car into the museum and he lost his gold leaf years ago to thieves. One of our fellow travellers offered to take a photo of us with David - shame he cut of Dave's head - he was young, about 15 or so. We also saw the 'prisoners' - Michelangelo's unfinished sculptures and saw the house Michelangelo lived in. There's never enough time but it was a good day. It rained again today just before we were due to walk back to the ...
... in an old building in the heart of the city built in the 12th century. The hostess is really nice, though goes on just a little too long. I broke away from conversation to put my things away and grab my maps. Snuck out before she could talk my ear off and went to Accademia which is literally right down the street. Usually this line gets pretty long but I lucked out and waited about fifteen minutes. I chatted with the ladies behind me and told them how I regretted ...
... and will see if we are back in business or back to square one. Tomorrow I am taking a day off to get caught up on all my projects and promise to update this blog with the more interesting aspects of this grand adventure with photos,etc. I apologize for the last two boring entries but I do need to note these things for future such reverse schedule working holiday ventures and as a help in some way to others setting up their own remote studios and offices to function ...
Other places to stay in Montaione
Via Guglielmo Marconi 2, Montaione | 4 star hotelfrom $127
Via Collerucci 29, Montaione | Hotelfrom $132
Via Collelungo, Montaione | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Via Santo Stefano (Loc. S.Stefano), Montaione | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Via Casastrada 9, Montaione | Hotelfrom $60