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... owner told us to call him when we arrived in Greve and he would pick us up. If only we would have known how hard it would be to find a phone. No one spoke English as we were far off the tourist path. We asked the police for help finding a phone, raced all over looking for one that seemed to not exist. Eventually, on a whim, I stopped into a little wine store and asked how to find a taxi. It turned out the owner ...
... Etruscan and Roman times, including a museum of the diggings, finishing up with lots of Jesus art. The Etruscan era in this place was dated about 500 BC , Roman time was around from 100 BC to whenever the fall. And the Jesus art was approx 1250. Exhausting ! Then lunch which over looked the ancient temple and ruins. Grand. Time to go home and ignored Ken and took a main road this time, then he joined in and led us back home. Bit of a rest now at home as another dinner engagement ...
... to check out the Zoologia Museum that claimed to have the most impressive collection of taxidermy animals but that was closed too so we struggled up the 400 odd stairs to the Pizzale Michaelangelo for what's considered the best view of Florence.
The city is really pretty and really orange. From up high you can see the sea of terracotta coloured roofs and off white walls. The dome of the cathedral stood out in the skyline and was just as pretty from afar. ...
The unanticipated, 30th annual, Firenze half marathon forced us to sleep late, have a nice breakfast in the breakfast room, pack leisurely and leave the hotel about 12:30 PM. After a short cab ride to the Hertz place, we picked-up our car and trusty GPS and headed south toward Greve. My colleague, Raul, had cautioned me about the round-abouts but, nevertheless, I took the wrong turn and went a different route but later joined SR 222, aka Chiantigiagna Road ...
... as that was the one that was quicker and more direct and much more preferable. We needed to make tracks as Paul would say. So off we went, dragging and or carrying our bags. We took a couple wrong turns and even though we had scoped out the bus stop, we were off by a couple of streets. Xavier came through for us and found the stop, the bus came and we jumped on board. It was 10:45, YIKES! We arrived at the train station 11:03, we didn't have ...