Tenuta di Lupinari
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... locations. Clet has apparently been fined numerous times for 'defacing' the street signs, but he thankfully continues his art. We went back to the San Marco monastery/museum today, but it was closed because of storm damage from last week (probably something to do with that huge tree snapped in half above its roof?) so we went into the small church next to the museum instead. There are a couple of nice statues of the famous Dominician father ...
Michela recommended his friend to take us to the station. He got lost and we spent a long time driving through little country towns. Same price and we had plenty of time, so we didn't care. High speed train from Rome to Florence in an hour and a quarter, 175 mies. Checked into our Home in Florence B&B in Oltrarno and Massimiliano showed us around proudly with all the dramatic flourish possible. The Raphael room is super nice and is two doors down from Dawn ...
... and ostentatious! Our local guide was very knowledgeable and the commentary on each building was informative. After literally soaking up the atmosphere we decided to have lunch at the local trattoria and seek shelter from the rain. Our meals were simple but delicious! The minestrone soup was to die for and just the thing on a rainy day :) Even sitting down to lunch alfresco we were approached by hawkers...they are persistent!
We decided to leave Pisa and ...
Got the train from Poggibonsi to Florence today. It is raining off and on so but of a pain but there was plenty of gawkers selling ponchos! Also discovered a replica bill wallet that Darryl had purchased from Peade for 195 euro Walked through Santa Maria Cathedral with audio then climbed to the top of the dome which revealed a 360 degree view of Firenze and was well worth while. ...
... She obviously liked us (her group) but you could tell she was only doing these tours for the money and almost was on the verge of hating her life when she saw a a big group or children - at one point managing to push and intimidate a group of really annoying school kids who were sitting all over the floor in front of da Vinci's The Annunciation for us to get a better look up close! Nevertheless, I really liked her! I thought she was hilarious, and although sometimes a little hard ...