Villa Poggio di Gaville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... anyone. Christian and Taylor ate a hearty breakfast of fruit salad and while they weren't looking, had a little melon with procuitto. CnT left for the day and we got ready to walk to the Mercato Centrale. We heard they put in some interesting food options in the newly renovated upstairs....well yeah..it was awesome...more on that in a minute. First we walked up and down each aisle admiring the food, pasta, ...
... art Fernando Medici collected. I especially liked the sketches. They were a nice contrast to all the other, very finished, art we've seen.
Last was a stop at a vendor for a bag for Peter, which after waiting around or awhile, didn't work out, and a shoe store where mom could get some boots. Turns out she got the last pair and wore them out. We walked back home for a quick rest, and then out again for a nice dinner and a lovely ...
... and the Davids would in turn receive the junior suite we had originally paid for. Sweet.
We got settled into our rooms and then headed back into town. The taxi driver dropped us off at the Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s famous bridge on the River Arno. The golden hues of the Ponte Vecchio are often reflected in the Arno, which make it such a ...
... I decided that I simply wanted to get to Belgrade, and I took a bus.
Belgrade was cool to walk through for a few hours, but soon I felt like I wanted to get moving again, especially because I had thought of another place to visit: Venice.
The thing about hitchhiking is that it is unpredictable. Right up until Sofia it was pretty easy, then I got stuck and I had to take a bus. With that in mind I considered taking a bus from Belgrade to Zagreb, but ...
... on our way. Surprisingly, Giaccomo is quite responsive as we cruise some 20 miles south through the hills of Tuscany toward the town of Greve in Chianti. Our first stop is near a terra cotta factory where we are blessed with a magnificent view of the countryside. To showcase the view, the owner of the factory has erected a gigantic circular portal made of terra cotta through which one can enjoy a "framed" overlook of the Tuscan hills.