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... Took the train west from Florence to these very different places. Pisa has,...well, you know. Still it's an amazing sight to see just how far that tower is leaning. Not much else there but tourists
Lucca was a charming old walled city that was not on the usual schedules of the group tours. I had twisted my ankle running for a bus the day before, so my experience was sitting in one of the piazzas, drinking water and reading a book. Not so bad. Lisa and the kids hiked the ...
... that I was ordering a cheese and mushroom dish that was listed on the menu as 3.50 Euro per hg (hectogram, I think?). Wrong. So very wrong. The waitress brought Kevin and Conor's second courses out first, and they were making jokes about how little the pieces of meat on Conor's plate were (they looked kind of like two thin pieces of roast beef lunch meat). The waitress then brought our Colby and mine's second course. I should have taken a picture to commemorate ...
... crew (for those who have had difficulty working out who is who, I will put in brackets) -
Mary-Ann (Jenny)I wonder what the poor people are doing today?
Skipper (Tony)- was surprised there were no vegetarians in the butcher restaurant
Little Buddy (Pauline) - I have never seen so many Brontosaurus steaks
Ginger (Deb)- my hair spray nearly caught on fire as the charcoal cooking area was soo big and could give you third degree burns
Thurston (Wayne) - ...
Up & drinking coffee and eating croissant again! Nice coffee this time, just around the corner and served by a lovely little Italian lady.
We checked out of our little rooms at Stella Mary in Florence and left our tightly packed cases with them while we became the 'crazy tourists' jumping on and off buses to look at the sights all in one day!
Screaming around the city on the top of a red bus, past churches, piazzas, old buildings, the ...
... sweetest birthday ever. They not only let a complete stranger live with them, but then they remembered my birthday and cared enough to throw me a little party. The Sunday before, Samantha's host dad also taught me to make gnocci since it was my birthday week and he knew it was my favorite! Thursday I left for Florence, Tuscany with Samantha. We had a 6 hour-long bus ride, which eventually turned into an almost 8 hour ride with traffic. We missed ...