Hotel La Foresta
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- Continental Breakfast
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Well, today was our last day in Tuscany. Our hosts were gracious enough to let us check out late as our flight was not departing for Stuttgart until 8:55pm. Steve and I walked up the roadway to drop off the recycling and garbage and on our way back we met with Niccolò and his father Sergio half way up the olive orchard to say our goodbyes. They were busy working on a canopy for a sitting area in a flat section of the orchard where people could ...
... I then had probably the best coffee of my life and was ready to do the walking tour. Unfortunately, myself and another kiwi girl were early for the tour and waiting in the piazza when an old beggar woman came over to Us and started asking for money. This is pretty commonplace so we just ignored her. That was when she decided to stroke my back. I was pretty creeped out to say the least. People in Italy don't really do personal space... When the rest of ...
... just to name a few. They were amazing. From the fabric to the detailing of beads, feathers, lace and stone! Incredible. From here we walked to the bridge that allows you to look over Florence and the river. We stopped for photos and to read some of the locks on the lovers locks gate. I love them! We had worked up quite the appetite by now, especially because we hadn't had breakfast, so we stopped for lunch at a cute little cafe where I enjoyed a chicken salad. I was ...
... for a quick peak at fake Dave (known to us as fake Dave but to the rest of the world as the copy of Michelangelo's David). Freya's judgement of this piece of artwork: "He just looks like a right cocky ******* to be honest". Let's hope she's more impressed with the real thing tomorrow... Deciding that we should keep moving we headed for Florence's most famous landmark the Dumo. Getting completely lost on the way we sound ourselves outside a really pretty church that I still don't know ...
... statues. We then headed back to the piazza Del Signoria for lunch. Dani and I ate lunch where Karl and I did a few years ago. The crowds by this time were very overwhelming but the restaurant was on the piazza in the shade. We had pasta and lots of water for lunch! Following lunch we walked over the the Santa Croce Cathedral. The Santa Croce Basilica is made of the same beautiful marble and stone as the Duomo. Inside it is more elaborate. ...