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Another day on the bus – this time we stopped by the leaning tower of Pisa for the obligatory "Look I'm holding it up" photograph. I found the crowd humorous but was otherwise happy to leave the tourist mob.
The “camp” that we arrived in at Florence was no camp it was a freaken resort. Two restaurants, a pool, a nightclub. Wicked. After our first big Italian meal of the trip we promptly got amongst ...
... shoot through a piazza promising live music, and take a twilight stroll over the old bridge. Apparently when the German’s were retreating during the war this is the only bridge they didn’t burn – we are told that it still retains it’s medieval charm, so we think its worth a look.
Finding the chosen restaurant was difficult since, as usual, the map has placed a number within a 1km radius of the actual restaurant. Don’t be fooled, ...
... instead of going straight back to the hotel, we got sidetracked by a small bar and we ended up drinking and hanging out there for a few hours and having a great time with a bunch of the people we have been mostly hanging out with for the trip. It was pretty fun and we got back to the hotel pretty late.....considering we had to get up at 7 the next day!
And that concluded our arrival to Venice.
R & M and
We headed to Milan for Laura's last night in Italy at the Hotel Gritti, we had dinner on the piazza. Not sure what we did in Milan together, but after I put her on the bus to the airport, I returned to Florence, once again, back "home" alone, back at the hotel for 3 more days. On one of the days, I made Lidia drive me around Tuscany and specifically requested that she take me to her favorite hill town. We drove south for about 2 hrs, to ...