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... exorcist. The land down under song was playing at the karaoke bar & Grant has changed the chorus to 'Katrina chunders' I will never again eat pasta, meat stew or touch another drop of alcohol! I thought I was going to die! I have never been this sick. I find out later in the trip from a guide so many travellers get sick from the food & strong drinks at the red garter. And so ends our first night in beautiful Florence with me being the opposite of ...
... really funny:)
We started to head back toward the B&B while taking in some of the night life of the town. We saw more vendors selling their cheap light-up goods. The kids rode the carousel, we had some more gelato (shocker) and it was back to the ranch for some much needed rest.
All in all, it was a great day. Got to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa and a Tuscan sunset. I guess I can't complain. ...
This is Andy....Karen is wiped out having a snooze right now. We are having a great time. Must have walked and climbed over 50 miles of beautiful ancient city and hills and churches. Did I mention churches ....well talk about impressive. No wonder the church has had so much power and influence on people. We visited Santa Croce church today the little one compared to the Duomo but believe me maybe even more impressive in some ways. Galileo, Michalangelo, ...
Found a great overnight train to Barcellona which fit perfectly into our schedule. Went back to the hostel, got our bags and ate $15. Go to get on the $140 train and find out it's to Barcellona, Italy. With two L's in Sicily. WTF! Long story short we got another amazing hostel and planned to fly to Barcelona and get a refund the following morning.
Marc found a flight for $210 which I didn't want to pay and said I'd meet him there ...
... baptismary and museum there so it is quite a large area. We only looked at the cathedral but after the basilica in Rome, it looked practically bare.
On the way back to the train station we came across a store that sold hand crafted Tuscany chess boards. I couldn't help myself and bought a 'robin hood' set. I am going to have to buy another bag. Oh well
The train trip allowed us to again take in the Italian countryside