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... 15 km from there at Collorito a hilltop farm- pictures of which I have posted on my facebook page - its so beautiful. I am beginning to really experience and perhaps understand, in a small way, what so many renaissance artists claimed was the unusual light and colours of the area.
We are eating the most amazing local food - tomatoes that taste like nothing we,ve ever had in Vancouver, blood oranges, (my new favourite fruit), glorious ...
... took off in a driving maze. Lucky us, there was one parking space across the street from the hotel, we gathered our luggage and programmed the GPS for our real destination, Volterra.
At first we thought the route the GPS was finding was a joke, but in about 30 minutes we were on a back road to Volterra. This was a scenic winding road, more like our image of Tuscany. About an hour later we approached Volterra and we noticed the GPS took us right past the ...
... I DO! We also got Zachary an authentic, made in Italy, soccer shirt. That pretty well covers souvenirs for the family! Brent is doing an incredible job with the driving - a definite challenge to the most skilled of drivers. There is a reason that this is the Land of the Little Cars. Italy has little narrow roads that twist around the mountains and through the towns. Stop lights are rare. Traffic is redirected using "rotaries" or traffic circles; even ...
... una prenotazione per la cena per
stasera. Allora eravamo sul nostro modo di Pisa! Abbiamo ottenuto sul
treno, che era solo circa un'ora, e poi si diresse verso la Torre
Pendente di Pisa. č
stato molto piovoso, perņ! Ha ottenuto peggio quando siamo arrivati, ma
entrambi abbiamo davvero voluto vedere la torre in quanto non abbiamo
mai avuto prima. Dopo aver scattato qualche foto e guardando in giro al
di fuori del Duomo di Pisa, siamo andati ...
... br> It was heaps of fun
We jumped on a train to Florence and spent 5 hours in Florence before catching our train to Rome.
In Florence we walked through the main city centre to the Duomo, yet another amazingly beautiful church. We went to the main square with the replica of David (apparently exact) and Neptunes fountain, walked along the side of the Uffizi gallery which has statues outside of famous Florentines and ...