UNA Poggio Dei Medici
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... Sic hat for Steve only 15 Euro so he has happy.
We happily ate our picnic lunch of panini and salami and bananas whilst others around us dug a hole, poured charcoal in and cooked sausages and bread on an open flame!
We managed to survive the heat and then it was all on for MotoGP - a fantastic race with the crown going insane every time Vale rode past, he is their God.
He made third place and you would have thought they had onw the Lotto, ...
... hard to find things to do here.
We went to the Red Garter Pub and yeah, it was THE place to be in Florence. I was surrounded by my people, got some hilarious entertainment from watching my roommate flirt with a fellow Pats fan, got pushed around by way too many people, and saw some perfect Patriots TD's. I guess this is where I got my first little taste of homesickness, though. As content as I was, I ...
... the space but I’m sure they do! The building is a 'u’ shape and it wraps around the courtyard. The entrance to the courtyard is directly off the road which runs parallel to the Arno River. We don’t know how old the building is but I’m guessing hundreds of years. The vaulted ceilings of our apartment are unlike anything we have seen before; the space used to be one large room but it is now divided with a large inbuilt bookshelf (on one side and ...
... only 15 minutes before checkin closes. Right, when we get to terminal 2G everyone run to the checkin desk!!!!
Shuttle Bus arrives at the terminal...get to the checking desk with 10 minutes to spare, yeah we made it to Air France checkin......"sorry sir, the flight to florence is closed"...but how can that be we have a confirmed confirmation, here is our e-ticket!
After some checking, good news, "your flight was ...
... to avoid other pedestrians. Those back alleys are too narrow and full of stairs to make much headway running. I just hung up the shoes for that stretch. Monterosso might be the best home base in Cinque Terre for runners: it’s the flattest and the largest. The main point is – I’m back to running again.
The run this morning was beautiful. I ran up and around Duomo, back down to Palazzo Vecchio, across the Ponte Vecchio and around the ...