Hotel Residence Villa Mazzanta
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... money by not seeing the real one), Ponte Vecchio bridge, roof top cafe above the library and just wandered the streets - street artists, musicians and statues all over the city. We finished the evening with a pizza and gelato making class - so much fun!! (Booked through www.florencetown.com). We had wanted to do pasta making but couldn't find a class, however we loved the pizza class! Good education behind pizza and gelato making, how to tell if its a ...
... a little further than us ladies) we decided to take a dip to cool off before lunch.
I enjoyed beautiful fresh seafood for lunch, the boys had their first Italian pizzas - I had a bite and it's NOTHING like you would get at home, Zarah ordered pesto pasta. All delish!
Next on the agenda was Torre Di Pisa (the leaning tower of Pisa) along the way we saw beautiful ice glaciers and also ...
... here anyway”, we gave it a shake in case, Norm munched his, Emma had a bite or 2 an gave it to him to finish. If it did have some sneaky glass in it an insurance claim would help with travel funds ey! We hopped on the train to Grosseto, got
kicked off for not having a ticket, waited 20 min's and hopped on the next one for free to our destination. By eck travel it Italy is cheap ...
... an Internet point, I completed my task with 10 minutes to spare... But still no ticket to my email. I slept for most of the train ride to Rome. When I made it to the ticket counter in Rome, I held my breath and handed my passport to the agent. When she handed it back to me with my boarding pass, I felt my knees buckle and the onset of the third wave of near tears come from the cracks in my chest. The cost of my error wasn't as bad as I know ...
Today we took an introductory tour of both Florence and Pisa. Though again for Giuseppe, he has returned to the motherland... He was a little disappointed that no distant relatives were at the pier to welcome him though.. there's always Rome.
The boat docked at the port of Livorno - mostly a commercial dock, so not too scenic. After about an hour and a half bus drive we were in Florence, where the Renaissance began. Between all the vendors, ...