Fattoria Il Milione
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the statue of Neptune. Walked past the house where Michelangelo lived as well as Leonardo de Vinci. Visited a leather wok demonstration/factory and had the opportunity to purchase leather goods. They made a wide variety coats, bags, belts, shoes, etc, however, a couple of coach loads of Asians came and overwhelmed the shop! Couldn't stand them pushing and shoving so had to get out!!! Decided to do our own leather shopping elsewhere! This ended our walking tour with the ...
... apparently it used to be all butcher shops but they wanted to make it a classy bridge so they ordered the goldsmiths to move in). We weaved our way back through the streets, visited the outside of the Duomo (cathedral), spectacular architecture! All built with individual pieces of coloured marble, same rules here, you need to cover knees and shoulders but as today was 35° we decided we would come back tomorrow when it's a bit cooler. Feeling hot and exhausted we ...
... and this was my first taste of Italian culture. (truly all about good wine, food, and great people.)
The drive to Rome is a sleepy one for me. We had to sit near the back of the bus and this made it tough to see, except I stole the "shot gun" seat and was able to ride to Rome in the very front! Entering Rome was exciting but it was just like any other city. No ruins or ancient buildings just ...
... where I wasn't seated away from Jerry or we both weren't sitting backwards. It also was uneventful which means the police were not involved. The train passed by fields of corn, olive trees, apricot groves, farms and towns. We took a taxi to our Florence B&B so we didn't have to navigate with the backpacks. Our B&B is on the 3rd floor, which means its the fourth in the US. No lift and 2716191 steps. Oh we'll, we're on the European weight loss plan! We ...
... negotiate the "hill of insanity" with my suitcase in tow. So, I walked up to the "pizzeria" at 6:30a to buy a bus ticket. The pizzeria was filled with workers about to start their day having their espresso at the bar. I really wanted to take a picture, but thought better of it. Suffice it to say, I was the only "tourista" in the pizzeria up that early and I quickly conducted my business and moved on.
The bus picked me up ...