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Got up early to use our ticket to go up the 463 steps of the dome in the duomo before breakfast. It was hard work but once again the views more than made up for the effort. After coming down with a bad cold courtesy of woman sharing our box at la Scala I believe!!! We decided to take today more leisurely. So after a ...
Today was a walking day. We walked up past the Train Station to an old fort, Fortezza da Basso, which is closed to the public which is a shame as it has a great moat and little trap doors leading to the moat. You could almost imagine alligators in the moat, munching through the latest unwanted citizens! Then we headed through a couple of parks and along some very big noisy roads until we found some more gates in the city walls (huge arches usually heavily decorated). ...
Another trip from florence to another ancient walled city. The colours of Siena being no surprise of course. Unfortunately another up and down town and being warm weather and me tired, one of our troop and myself, after the obligatory guided tour, repaired down a side street for a ...
The most interesting part of packing and getting ready this morning was eating something that looked like an orange. It even smelt like an orange, and felt like an orange…but did it taste like an orange? No way! The sad thing is though, we hardly find anything healthy while we're travelling, so we just kept eating it!
The apartment is in such a central location that we could walk to the Doge’s Palace in about five minutes. The architecture was really ...
... no need for dinner tonight'. Saturday 12th October 2013 After a sleep-in, we wandered back to the San Lorenzo market to enjoy a toasted chicken focaccia and a glass of red wine. We decided to make pasta with asparagus and sage for dinner tonight. We got some pecorino cheese and a free sprig of sage, then decided to go to Santa Croce square to visit the Tourist Office. We wandered 'not lost' and finally arrived at our destination - whew! We booked a half day ...