Podere della Collina
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of 5 historic ristorantes in Florence!! Even semi tolerated loud mouth Americans but only after I explained to a lovely Japanese couple next to us that we were Canadian. While we could not communicate with many words he gave me a very gracious bow when he left - sometimes words are not needed.
Back to apt to go to bed early - ready to meet Shari on the steps of the Duomo at 8:30 to walk to yoga studio together for 9.
Another "truly blessed" day and more to look forward ...
... amp; last I'll ever have. Well I actually drank Grant's as well. And that my friends was the biggest mistake of my life (with the exception of my ex husband). I now understand why Grant will never touch tequila. The night became a blur. Grant found his way back to our hotel dragging me along with him. One tequila....two tequila.....floor! I rode the porcelain bus for the rest of the night. I have never been so sick before. Grant reckons I was ...
... the yogurt. Along with a yummy cappuccino, it was a great jump start to my day.
After breakfast, we headed to the train station, jumped on the train and took the hour train ride to Pisa Centrale. When we got there, we walked about thirty minutes through the city of Pisa on our way to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This town is so much more relaxed than even Florence. I got the sense of a ...
In the morning we walked out to the food markets at Piazza Sant' Ambrogio. Gemma arrived around lunchtime. We had bought tickets for Galleria Academia for 8.30am Saturday morning; Gemma was OK with that. We decided to buy tickets for the Museo Museo dell'Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, Baptistry, Bell Tower and to climb the Duomo; 0nly 10 Euro. The museo
was undergoing renovations so there was limited things to see but we did see Michelangelo's Pieta and Ghiberti's Gates of ...
... She was favaloso!!!!
On our own, we climbed the Duomo - yes all 463 steps of it! But I tell you the view was well worth it!!! Also spent some time in the museum afterwards where the original Gates of Paradise are kept then topped our afternoon off with a first taste of Gelato - Matt knew what he was talking about when he told me I'd love it!!
Andy is off now to his opening of the conference - the background ...