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We left Cinque Terre and picked up our pre-booked car at La Spezia and drove to our first stop Pisa. Pisa was started in 1173 and in 1185 it was only at it’s 3rd level when they noticed a lean. ( at that point about 3.85 cm) Work stopped and wasn't resumed until 1275. Another a new engineer was employed and he tried to correct the tilt by curving the structure back toward ...
... small serving, just don't listen to the tummy .
The wine and conversation was brimming, although we couldn't speak the language with Carla and Forese, they still chatted to us like we could and with hands and eyes and nodds and stuff we had pretty good conversations. Steve was great very interested in the wine industry, how it works, sharing how Australian wine industry works. Simone works in a vineyard so he was very interested in the differences. Katya told stories ...
... connected and working so asked Ken to take me back to Montefioralle please. I followed every step blindly as the directions I got from the bike shop were impossible to remember and it was two hours ago ! Finally on the road. Stopped for fuel at first servo and a few deep breaths and off I go. All good back to Greve. Happy to see narrow access to the up hill climb, was clear, heard a car horn, but looked clear so up I go very steep with ...
... struggled to find somewhere to eat dinner as it was around 11.30ish. Florentines don't seem to hold the same late late dinner motif quite the same as the Romans, but after a lot of panicking (Dad) we eventually found a table in a packed place in an even more packed Square just around from our house. We had the best spaghetti of the trip, some risotto and some ravioli. Yumo!
Sunday was our last day in Florence and it was raining. We really didn't do too much at all. We ...
The second village we visited was Greve in Chianti, pretty much the hub for the Chianti wine trade.
So obviously we picked up a bottle and some souvenirs there.
After we left Greve, we had a little picnic somewhere at the side of the road near a ...