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... but went to the receptoion on the lawn with a glass of prosecco before setting out for the airport. The flight back was quite late - 1945 - and there is little to do at this small airport but wait. Again, the flight was on time and we were promptly hassled onto the bus.
Departure was also on time (without the juice on this occasion) but the meal back lived down to the standard of the morning's flight - in fact was ...
... am with the sugar high keeping us up.
P.S. If any of my fellow blog followers decide to make a trip to
Florence, here is a list of the ones that I have discovered!
1. Pasticceria Vinci & Bongini - Santa Croce
Canto Rivalto 2. You will either smell the delicious smell of nutella
and/or chocolatey confections while walking down the alley or notice a
group of people surrounding ...
... packets that contain toasted bread sort of things. The coffee however is great..
Monday we took off exploring, starting with the closest local market in a town called San Casciano. What a lovely little spot. Nice views, and the original town centre behind a big wall, like the town within the town. The market was fairly standard market stuff like in Australia, though the few fruit and vegie stalls had a few different things. Everything shut down about 12.30 ...
... people were jet lagged, this doesn't include me, but we relaxed a lot for the next few days. We had a survival tour the next morning. One of the API staff members took us on a tour to the main attractions of Florence; the train station, Duomo, API center, library, and the Central Market. Also it was nice because they told us tips, like how to order a coffee and not get ripped off. If you ask for a coffee, they will charge you to sit and drink it so it will cost like ...
... White Night). For most of the day and evening all the museums, galleries and churches are free to get into. Many things are open all night until the next morning which is a holiday called International Workers Day.
We walked towards Florence on our side of the river. Crossed at Ponte Vecchio bridge which is something straight out of a mediaeval fairy take.
After 7pm we could get in to the Uffizi Gallery Museum for free. We managed to ...