Villa Lecchi Hotel
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... while to figure out what to order as they didn’t have a menu in English. Not that I generally have the opinion that ‘everything should be in English’ because, as surprising as this is to some other tourists, not everyone speaks English!! However, being an American diner I just kind of figured that it would cater to English speakers. We managed to muddle our way through though and were rewarded with curly fries! I love curly fries ...
... br> Bussed it up to the Piazza Michelangelo which overlooks the city for a sunset shot, however someone invited clouds and not the sun. Instead we drank some really cheap red plonk and watched the sky go dark instead, so it wasn't a complete flop.
Heading for Lucca tomorrow on the train after spending the morning wandering around Florence.
Living the dream!
... actually, close together (so much so that it’s a wonder how anyone takes a photo with only the tower!) there is the tower, the cathedral and the baptistery. There is some colored marble amongst the gray marble and white stone facade of the cathedral—so beautiful. Strangely, the degree that the tower is leaning seems to change depending from which side you ...
... s, Michaelangelo, de Vinci, Carravaggio etc, sculptures, Flemish painters some wonderful stuff, and the lovely view looking up the Arno. Not feeling rushed, and crowds not too bad...always possible to get a good look at a painting. Probably seen enough Madonna and child paintings to last me a while!
Then definitely time for lunch at 3 pm! Pizza and beer in a little pizzeria with no one else and a mighty fine pizza. Time for a ...
... market in the town square that was totally dedicated to mother's day. it was starting to drizzle lightly, but we managed to find a park bench, and Robert just veged out, while I happily shopped around. always nice seeing other markets and how they differ from ours at home. I picked up a couple of bargains, bought a beautiful handbag from a vintage store and some scarves.
We had a picnic on our bench and then ventured onto our next stop which was San Gigliano. this was ...