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- Continental Breakfast
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... Susan gave us numerous tips on where to eat and what to see and do. Including the places that triple the price if you sit down to eat or drink instead of standing. She said that is common practice in Italy. Susan said that we could not get a better location in Florence as pretty much everything was in easy walking distance. She also said that the real statue of David is nearby in a museum. She was amused that we'd seen it in Rome and said that there is another ...
... out this way. It was interesting to picture it all back in the days of horses and armies trying to make their way through, towns being warned of oncoming soldiers by those keeping watch in the keeps, up to the latest world wars where the German soldiers would have been hiding in the forests and easily camouflaged by all the trees until they could attack oncoming Italian or French or even Australian soldiers.... Lots to think about over here!
... and go out for a bite to eat. We walked the streets of Florence in the rain, ah romantic . Since we had to leave early the next morning we decided to get take out and eat at the b&b . On our way home....we got lost. Do you see a pattern here? We walked and walked and walked. I think we were walking in a circle as we past the same laundromat twice. Ha ha. Finally found our way back to the B&B . Dinner was a bit soggy but tasted great! Off to bed for our next adventure. ...
... frescoes of the city.
Our first stop will be the Palazzo Davanzati. This palace built in the 14th century and after many owners, was converted to a museum in 1910. We toured two floors of the home as history became alive when Sara explained how boiling water was poured on the heads of their invaders as well as rocks that were hurled down through strategic holes. Also really cool for young boys was the internal ...
... then a visit to the fairly smart Vinci museum, featuring lots of models of Vinci concept inventions, and a great view over the Tuscan landscape.We ride downhill now back to Montecatini through some small towns, and a hot afternoon. Jump into the pool, and then a walk through the park to take the funincular to Montecatini Alto for a dinner: pasta with 4 cheeses and gelato with strawberries to finish, lots of lovely young white wine for ...