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... a cache of course!. The storm largely ended our time in Sienna as we were a little freaked out by 2 extremely close lightning blasts. I swear you hear the sizzle and many car alarms were set off. We were now very dubious about holding umbrellas over our heads in spite of being surrounded by tall buildings. The thunder did move away but the rain continued so we headed off home to a hearty pasta dinner.
... and get some takeout food and relax a bit. it's been quite a week.
Sunday In Florence
We're up to a noisy Florence despite it being a Sunday. We nip over the road where breakfast is being served. This time it's recognisable and we make the most of it, we then take off around the city to take in the culture..of which there's lots and more than I could ever write here. if interested I suggest you look it ...
... him on a quiet day like to day. It's nice to be able to just play my set and move on, without worrying about people listening and giving me money. This is actually the quietest time of the year--most shops are actually closed for a couple weeks as most people take their annual vacation. I guess it makes sense--just shut down the whole town for a couples weeks so shopkeepers can take a deserved ...
... Hercules group right next to the David.
A quick rest stop for a sandwich and a return to San Marco to view the Fra Angelico frescoes in the monk's cells in the second story of the building. Also visited the marvelous library of manuscripts. More on this tomorrow, went to the bookshop for calendars and a guide to read back at Via Cecchi. Tired, took the bus back home, and ended with a nap and big thunderstorm. Ciao
... where we enjoyed a glass of Chianti mm! On our way back to the station I was stopped by the amazing scent of the bakery. I picked up a fruit tart, and a whipped something with Nutella top tart they were both fantastic. Now I am sitting on a train heading to Florence where we will store our bags while we visit Pisa. Part 2: After a brief nap on the train I woke up to Pisa Central station. After a brief look at the map and Use of my memory to just walk straight ...