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... his body out of Rome), Machiavelli and Dante, etc. We look at the map, and walking seems doable--much easier than a cab. But...after more than two miles in the hot sun, the husbands are balking. Their mood is not helped by Eileen and I being distracted by every leather and craft shop that we pass. We press on ("we're almost there!"), and stop for lunch prior to seeing those wondrous sights.
The Cathedral is surprisingly ...
... up the steps (which there were SO MANY OF). The view was amazing. Then we headed back to the apartment. Danielle, Shelby, Amanda and I then sat at the cafe by our apartment and a glass of prosecco and talked for a bit. Then, we all did our homework which was mostly reading. Then Shelby, Amanda, Allie, Natalie and I went to a little restaurant near our apartment and had dinner. I had a calzone (with mozz not ricotta of course). And that was it for today!
... custom; I was observing the youngsters in the bar (Andrew and I about twice as old as everyone else!) and with the food out on the table, everyone is much more mellow. Chatting. Eating. Socialising. I’m sure it happens, but we are yet to see anyone completely off their face and making a nuisance of themselves. It’s nice.
As we had such a great experience (and we found a few treasures) at the massive flea market in Paris, I wanted to visit ...
We said goodbye to Venice and got on an early morning train to Florence. Although getting up at 6am was grim at least we got to see a gorgeous sun rise over the canal. The train also made up for the early morning it was comfy, quiet, had plug sockets, a bar and plenty of leg room hallelujah! However the train journey was only short and by 9:30 we were standing outside Santa Maria Novella Train Station in Florence trying to work out how to get to our hostel. After a quick bag dump we were ...
... platters, Italian bread drizzled with olive oil, and small bruschetta spread with a delightful truffle spread.
All the food is produced by the estate. To complete our tasting we dipped almond biscotti in their delicious dessert wine, Dolce Peccato. By the end of the afternoon we were very relaxed and enjoying the company of our fellow tour guests, most of whom were from England.