Hotel La Riviera
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... of me??? Are my feelings hurt?? No, she just needs time to regroup. We have been together 14 days 24/7. (We still have another 6 days together). This will be good for me to be out on my own. We are having cappuccino on a terrace overlooking city... So magnificent. Well should go for now, we are heading to Dumno for 500 steps... Take care... Sending love... ...
... for somewhere for tea. Tonight, we were in search of some vegetables so headed for Hard Rock Cafe where I had salmon with steamed vegetables! Yay! It was amazing that we actually found Hard Rock at all! The streets of Florence wind around buildings and seem to change their names half way along!! Peter is usually so great with navigating himself around unfamiliar places, but even he was finding navigating us around Florence a ...
... in wintertime. Until I see you totter around in 6 inch Jimmys across the *******n Ponte Vecchio whilst being "ciao bella"-ed at twenty thousand times, then keep it to yourself buddy.
Something I do really love is the Italian passion for food and coffee and wine, oh and desserts. I don't know why in our world we wait for special occasions to have that cake, or go out to that amazing cafe, or open the special bottle of vino or ...
... man trying to fish in the rive Arno We had pizza with David in the Piazza Della Signoira where so many fantastic statues. Kissed the famous boar .... Finishing with a walk along the river to the bus and on the road to Rome. Fields and fields of sunflowers, maize and tobacco and olives groves, vineyards. Rolling hills fertile plains. Rome !!!! So many surprises as you come around each corner. Trivoli fountains where we threw some coins ( with right hand over the ...
... the statues for a photo opp.
We made our way up the shallow stairs to the lush Boboli Gardens. One of the first things you see is the area closest to the Palazzo Pitti, the horseshoe-shaped amphitheater. In its center are an Egyptian obelisk and a basin from ancient Rome resembling a bathtub. [Tip – read Dan Brown's Inferno.] We took many photos here. The numerous paths along the side ...