Hotel Massimo D'Azeglio
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... in route but couldn't turn around for quite a while. It's a good laugh now. We traveled through 175 tunnels and bridges to get to Florence. We'll we arrive in Florence and made our way to the leaning tower of Pisa. But before we head to the iconic sight we must take a small trolley like train to get us closer. In the mean time there were *****ian people trying to sell us stuff all over the place. Just ...
... fire which of course Alessandro extinguished and had fun scolding Daniella. We then prepared the chicken with rosemary and roasted red peppers with marsala wine. It smelled delicious and Evi did a good job cooking the chicken per Alessandro's instructions. We then prepared the white chocolate mousse with dark chocolate for desert. Daniella's previous Coldstone experience was highlighted with her zebra striped decorations of the mousse. Even Alessandro was ...
Feeling much better and with the sunshine back overhead, we headed into Florence to enjoy the sights of the city, known for its culture, art and academia (it is also the birthplace of Michelangelo). Again we embarked on one of our self-guided tours, having marked out the keys spots on a map, starting with the most amazing Basilica, the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. Standing proud as the tallest spot in ...
Up at 6am. On the way to Florence for an early start to the tour. We have been pulled over by the police... Sitting on the bus for 1/2 an hour now ... Not liking this.... Would be useless in an airplane hijack situation... Did not quite realise that I was this claustrophobic. The engine is off so no fresh air. However, decided the best thing to do was ignore it. Someone asked who was good at fainting... Just to put on a show... I ...
... much less space, so have more options. There is a postcard around every corner - I expect the Haute Route will be the same once we get to that on Sunday.
Speaking of Italian experiences, James is slowing adjusting to driving, and has made good use of the button to auto fold in the side mirrors. Like most things in Italy, driving requires a flexible philosophy. Road ...