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... sun to the lookout point but it turns out it was further than first anticipated. By the time we got to the mountain of steps it was cold and dark and we were both quite tired. We slugged it out to the top and the view was breathtaking. The city all lit up was fantastic and was really worth the effort. We got some photos of Briony with the replica statue of David up on the peak and some more photos before heading back to the hostel for some food and ...
... than one campsite with this name,.. and we finished up in Tavernalle, 30 Klms south of Firenze and dangerously low on fuel. With our hearts in our mouths we finally found a fuel station and fuelled up (at 1.71 euros per litre). We were just glad to get it,.. at any price. We wound our way into Firenze (finally) and found the campsite. We have stayed there on 2 previous occasions and loved it. Just 2 Klms out of the heart of Firenze,.. it is sooo central. We drove in and ...
... inside this thing, the Museo di Palazzo Vecchio:
... beautiful streets. This place would be amazing in the summer when all the tourists come. I would like to come back so I can experience it. We found this really cool cliff that we climbed up on and from there we had amazing ocean view and view of the coast. It was an andrenaline rush to get up the cliff because one loose rock and we would of be done! It was worth the climb though and we sat there perched on top for a couple hours as we ate our snack and took many pictures. We felt ...
... one last opportunity to look around the city. Having no time to wait in line to see the Statue of David, we were happy with a quick picture with his replica in the square outside. Taking a very mature approach of course. It was now time to head to yet another train station and wait for our scheduled departure. A quick lunch was had on the platform and an attempt at napping here like a homeless man before we jumped on our last train for our much anticipated final stop....Venice.