Hotel Parma e Oriente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... was a Frecciargento which goes up to 280 kms an hour, has wifi, a coffee trolley etc. Very luxurious! Then we changed to a FrecciaBianca which only goes 200kms, and had no wifi or coffee trolley. Boo hoo, given we were on this one for 3 hours. But the train hugged the coast most of the way to Pescara, and the blue sea and sands looked very inviting after the buildings of Florence. At Pescara we changed to another train for the final leg of ...
... to get our tickets. It's a very old and beautiful cathedral similar to the others in Florence but it was a little older. We walked through the museum as well. When we left, it started to rain. Large cold raindrops. There wasn't any forecast for rain, but I suspect this happens often as the locals all had their umbrellas. Dani and I were right near the underground pass to the train station so we headed towards the bus stop by the train station. By the ...
... books. 5 minutes later I walked out with 50€ (euro) worth of books. It was still cheaper than buying the books from home, as of would cost more than $100. We then made our way to Ponte Vecchio. We spent half an hour there. We then made our way to the Florence Cathedral. We had 2 hours there to blow, so we got lunch, and got bored after that, so I got a self portrait done. It actually turned out really ...
... Dome later. Poor kid. He reminded me at home he's happy just walking to Sainsburys. I'm not sure what any of this says about my parenting skills. Walked to the river to see the Ponte Vecchio bridge and take a picture. It was so hot in the mid day sun though, we didn't stick around. This afternoon, managed to see the Piazza del Duomo Cathedral - simply stunning and a cool, calm space in the midst of busy Florence. Then headed in search ...
... it a fairly quick stop. As we drove past the leaning tower on the way in we knew where to go without map. 200 meters up the road and we were there. A stroll round the Leaning Tower, the Cathedral and the Baptistry a few photos here and there and we're heading back to the car hopefully before it gets towed away. Fabulous!
From here we headed off to Montecatini Terme where we have an apartment booked for 3 nights.
The next morning we wander ...