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... member of staff, who asked another member of staff, who went off to check with another member of staff......bit worrying that nobody seemed to know the whereabouts of a painting worth about 40 million!! Eventually the third member of staff came back to say yes it was away in an exhibition.....in Rome! So hopefully we can catch up with it there. Having completed our tour of the Palatine Gallery we then went across the courtyard to view ...
... the roof we go. There’s a pool up here! AND THE VIEW IS AMAZING! We order our drinks sit in the shade and decide we need to take pictures. Pictures taken, cocktails arrive and let the conversation begin. We’ve met Liz before in Naples, Florida a lovely woman who is friends with the D6PSG so we get to spend some quality time with her too!! Marcia recently lost her husband and so these two Grande Dames of the south ...
... maybe our day out can start!
It took us about 45 minutes to go in to Florence on the shuttle bus from the campsite, which cost us E13 each. Lyn and I had loved our few days there last summer and were eager to show it to Tegz. The bus dropped us off at the back of the train station at 9.45am and was picking us up again at 5pm.
We walked into the centre and showed Tegz the outdoor and indoor market with all the stalls smelling ...
... given the challenge of the "armoire kitchen" facilities with which she must contend.
Today we decided to start out with lunch at La Petite, a nice little place where we've eaten several times already, before taking a taxi to the top of the hill on the south side of the Arno river, known as the "Oltrarno" neighborhood (meaning "other" side of the river), where there are scenic views of Florence and the ...
... we walk- (we figure this walking stuff must count for using up all the gelato calories). In the interest of exploration we go back towards the bridge via another parallel street to hence we came and follow our noses through tight turns and medieval laneways. Stopping at a corner where some very good Panini’s were being cooked I peered under the archway and saw a tiny red sign up high on what looked like a blank wall…Chiesa dei Dante. Well, ...