Villa del Pino
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Greece was really great! After many, many ferry rides, including an overnight one, we ended up in Mykonos, a beautiful island known for its party scene, but since we were there in the spring time, it wasn't very crowded and the beaches were ah-ma-zing!!!! We rented an adorable little house, overlooking the ...
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The bridge was originally built to link two palaces, Palazzo Vecchio and on the other side of the river, Palazzo Pitti. It has jewellery shops both sides and the shops cantilever over the edge of the bridge. This gives it a very distinctive look. In the early days, these shops were all butcher shops, but ...
... countries but with this trip in common, and talk. Tonight I sat with a young couple (the youngest people on the tour by a lot!) from Ireland who are now living and working in London, two long-time friends, one from South Africa and the other from the UK, and a married couple from Australia! I miss a lot of what is being said, unfortunately, because of the horrible acoustics in the room, but also because of the unfamiliar ...
I'm thinking about the day we arrived in Rome and looking back I'm surprised that I survived. This was the longest day I've had in a long time.
Breakfast in Florence was good because we had more eggs and bacon! Much better than cold breakfast. First on the group's agenda was to do an official walking tour of Florence. We met our guide in the main square where the Duomo is located. She was a very nice lady, ...
... Poggibonsi, but we had to park at the bottom of the hill, as the city was a walled city, and then take escalators up into the city. there were heaps of escalators, and just kept climbing up and up. people actually live up in the city, and only the residents are allowed to drive up on the cobbled roads. if the tourists drive in they are booked and fined heavily.
We walked around the winding alleys and looked at the small ...