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... It was pretty cool. We hope Pope Leo X enjoyed it just as much as we did. Rich’s comment as we headed up the stairs to our hotel patio: "The Beatles and steak. I love Florence."
Tomorrow we have a full day planned that will begin with a walking tour of the main Florence sites, a visit to the Uffizi and Accademia. Three tours in less than 6 hours in mid-nineties weather should take a toll on us (32-33-ish Celsius).
... lawn mower – what a marvel as it backs up and repositions itself. We’ve got to google this and see if they’re sold in the U.S. – I have to work at not looking at it maneuver itself in corners and at the edges! Donald & AJ – we’re thinking of you!
Imagine sitting on an outdoor patio under a very old tree with a stout trunk overlooking rolling hills of farmland – a classical Tuscany setting! We sit down ...
Today we got up and had breakfast in our Hotel Napoleon in Lucca. We then left for a visit to Pisa.
We saw the Tower of Pisa. Thereafter we went to Florence. There we parked at the station
and saw 1) The Church - Piazza Dell Unita Italiana 2) Library - Bibliotecca Lourenzianca 3)
Piazza Duoma 4) Bridge - Ponte Vecchio. Florence also have ...
... side. We were able to watch a marvolous storm cross through the fields and upto town, from so high up we could feel the wind pushing the storm closer. As we treversed down the tight and slippery marble steps of this bell tower we could hear the giant rain drops hitting the marble floors above and we could feel the drop in temperature. As we headed out to the street to find our way back through the maze to the bus stop, we were more than greatful to ...
... good fun, the only problem I had was that the 'offical' leather craftsman had the strongest New Yorker accent... hmm something doesn't line up here.
We moved onto to a little resteraunt with the rest of the group, had a classic Italian dinner for our lasy meal, lots of meat and pasta, not a whole lot of veg.
I am a tiny bit sad we are moving on to France tomorrow, but hey it'll keep dad happy.
Ciao Bella Italia
I will miss you