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... As I've noticed throughout Italy, there's often a haze. We could see a few smokey fires (farmers burning off??), but I'm not sure whether the haze is environmental pollution or a meteorological phenomenon. Nevertheless it was a stunning view, and a superb day. Our coffee break overlooked a Roman amphitheatre, and a tasty late lunch with local porcini mushrooms was in a street cafe in Fiesole, after our long walk up, and eventually back down the hill! We also managed a longer ...
... showed us the best spots for photos and told us how, after the third level they stopped building the bell tower due to its lean. Eventually building continued and they tried to rectify things by building the columns higher on the leaning side. It helped a little so they kept building. John politely declined the walk to the top of the tower (must be those horrible flashbacks to Riomaggiore that he has been having). Apparently there ...
... not in the winter months. :( BOO.... so new plan! We stopped at another little cafe to get something to eat and some more wi-fi. It was there that we met a sweet elderly man who took it upon himself to buy us some cake and tea! He was so friendly. He loves Canada and says we were all bella amicas! He introduced us to his friend, the "King of Italy", he says. They wanted to to treat us to some Italian cake, and oh was it good! All I knew was that it had icing sugar sprinkled ...
... it up, so had risotto with funghi (mushrooms of the fresh porcini variety). And wine and bruschetta and water and espresso...done and done. We both fell asleep on the bus ride back to Firenze so the walk through all the tourists was even harder. No dinner tonight...no gelato tonight...think Larry has a sore throat. Going to bed ...
... hill and round lots of bends we go. After nearly an hour's drive the scenery changes drastically as we arrive in Pisa. We entered an address near the Cathedral into the GPS and ended up right in the middle of it all. Tourists everywhere, I was surprised no one pulled us over and asked us what we were doing. Luckily we found a spot for the car I could squeeze into. (Squeeze is the word) We weren't sure whether or not we were allowed to park there so ...