Hotel Parma e Oriente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... can get into single figures. It only began to rain yesterday - till then we had blue skies, and t-shirt temperatures in low 20s every day. Superb! So what have Pam and I been up to while George has been singing in Camino and Venice? We've mastered the public bus system, and managed to travel on the No. 7 to Fiesole, a town up in the hills only about 7kms out of Florence. What a great outing! The day was balmy, and we walked high over the town, with fabulous views ...
... the market area where Wendy bought just one, smallish purple scarf. Next we went back to the hotel to pick up some lunch, have a quick bite yo eat then back out again for the trip to Pisa. The drive to Pisa took about 75 minutes and we wound our way in a Mercedes minivan around the small streets of Pisa to finally get to THE tower, and, yes, it really is leaning! We did a quick shop and met our guide who might have been called ...
... places in the high season. She then proceeded to ask us why on earth we would want to go to Greece in the winter, "no one goes there now"! OKKKK, greatttttt.....we looked at eachother wondering if it was worth spending $300.00 to fly to Greece and we knew it would cost us the same to fly out too. We just want SUN! She says to not bother, no where in Europe is there sun right now. I guess we knew that, I was told that, but I still thought that there wold be easier ways to get to Greece, ...
... still a ton of grapes on the vines. It's amazing with the undulating landscape how straight the rows are. Lunch was leisurely and delicious. It's not a big menu and since we go the same time every year...the same "seasonal" foods are available. Larry always likes the ricotta and spinach ravioli in butter sage sauce...I like ...
... by the Florentines. It has two defensive walls, one being Etruscan and the other Medieval. It is also an important centre in Tuscany because of it's 3000 year old history and its production of Alabaster. When you walk into town it's like stepping back in time similar to San Gimignano but without the towers, except for the Town Hall. After spending some time wandering round town visiting churches and taking photos we continue on our merry way. Up ...