Relais Santa Croce
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... of Twisties. Not so cheesy but still addictive.
You may have seen on the news about the floods at Genova. We have missed this rain and drove through the outskirts of Genova today. The only sign was a landslide near one of the tunnels. We did just hear some thunder though. Ok to rain tonight but we have our walking tour of Florence in the morning before our drive to Sorrento. After this it should get to be shorter driving days and later wake ups.
... tasting stops along the way. Hope-fully, we'll have time to take a half-day tour of Lucca in the time we have remaining.
Following lunch in the apartment, we stopped by a ticket office located in the Palazzo Strozi to purchase a 3-day visitors' pass, which allows priority entry at most of the museums, churches, and other sights in Florence. The main reason we purchased these passes was to avoid having to wait in long lines (up to 3-hours at times) to visit ...
... br> after a day of walking, we get the usual 0 minute rest when some in our group magically
shower and change.
AND, off we go to a Tuscan farm for an elegant multi dish Italian dinner, music supplied by 3 classical guitarists and a Mr. Swauve 60 year old singer with a great voice. He wooed our ladies with many kisses of their hands, dancing with them, displaying a huge smile (what man would
... a great selection of dishes so we were defiantly going to find something. I was in a pizza mood so I went for one of them and Niomi being Niomi went for a steak. When ever steak is on the menu she would go for that. I can read her like a book.
After our meal we took a walk up Michelangelo's hill which gives you an amazing panorama of Florence skyline. This wasn't the best idea of mine after eating a big meal, but once we were at the top it was so worth ...
... for each of the girls). We found a lovely place for lunch just across the street at 57 dei Neri, Tavernetta della Signoria. Megan had the largest calzone you have ever seen but somehow managed to eat it all. Alice not to be out done managed to eat a full size Margarita pizza. We also had amazing hot chocolates which were real chocolate melted. Yum. The food in Italy is just so yummy. You walk off the street and into a ...