Tenuta di Lupinari
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Today we explored Florence by bike. We traveled 26 km in and around the city. After dropping the bikes off at the apartment, we strolled the cobblestone streets. Jimmy bought me a GORGEOUS Italian leather jacket that I adore. We ended up at the Plaza del Signora where there are famous statues and a replica of David. We enjoyed some cheesecake and a Limoncello before heading home. Another great ...
... similar to any other busy city, but then I turned the corner and I saw "my" dome. It literally took my breath away.
Our days here have been PACKED with activities. It has been great, but also mentally and physically exhausting! Constant exertion of all energies is tiresome! I feel enriched as a person because of all of the experiences here though which makes it all worth it and helps push through the exhaustion. ...
... we washed down with a few glasses of Chianti. At the end of the session we both received a graduation certificate, which means we are now both fully qualified to open an Italian restaurant in Australia (but not Italy).
As full as could be, we now had to pick up our car and hit the frog and toad for Siena which would be our home in the Tuscan hills for the next two ...
... it show how tiny this place is. Next stop was Siena, on entrance to the Piazza del Campo I was wowed, we have visited many town squares in our time but this was like no other. For starters the whole square was on an incline and the buildings surrounding the square were gorgeous. This square is known for its famous horse race called Palio it is held every year on July 2nd and August 16th. Ten horses, ten riders all dressed in their districts colours battle it out in ...
... was as it happens is conveniently located on our next stop also. The markets of Florence. Unfortunately the food market was closed on a Sunday so it was just the leather markets. Which we needed to visit for a bag for mum and a belt for Matt anyway so it worked out, as we had mission success. It was hard work though due to the pressure of the stall holders. Loud, pushy, and just plan annoying. You couldn't stop to look without being pounced on. One ...