Hotel La Vedetta di Montenero
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... frames and end up buying a pair each at a very reasonable price to be " glazed'" back home. We walk as far as the main square the huge Piazza Republicca but the town isn't as smart at this end, and as far as the Italians are concerned the season is over, despite it being in the mid 20s and two ships in town, so the usual tourist boat trips round the old town are not running. We ...
... with the tour in a month so we will hold fire and so we just did the port town tour by boat. After the tour we did our own thing and did a bit of exploring around the town we found the local market of this port city and the building itself is pretty impressive. Being a port city this used to be the hub for the export of all olive oils, wine and other goods. So to it was for the import of everything else. The amount of product here for a small town was a little strange. We ...
... Everyone was doing it! Despite it being quite an attraction it wasn't as busy as id thought. A wide expanse of grass makes it feel quite spacious. At this point it was time for a wee seat so we went to a nearby cafe for an espresso. We had entry to the tower booked for 1130 so took time to go visit the cathedral. Very grand indeed. Then it was time for our tour. 300 steps to the top of tower! Some well needed exercise! Although not so much fun in such a heat. After the ...
... t reach the mid and lower section. He was a funny character and was there simply for the enjoyment of playing. He kept telling me 'it was only money’.
As I was watching I suggested to the Scotsman to cover 23. Well it came up! He offered some of his winnings but I refused. I was enjoying watching the players tonight.
Peter caught up with Alan from the UK. They were having a good old chat.
... although after seeing so many now it's hard to remember one from the other sometimes. We walked over the only remaining bridge in Florence that wasn't bombed in WWII...Ponte Vecchio..built in 1345..with its unique style of shops that overhang the outside if the bridge....all jewellery shops selling gold and silver, one wonders with so many vendors selling much the items how they survive. Scrumptious pasta for lunch, Bob had a pizza which ...