B&B L'Antica Bifore
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... train to Florence sail past us, as we came into the concourse - the only train to leave on time, it would seem. We tried to find the ticket office but with thousands of frustrated and angry travelers, criss-crossing the concourse, we failed. I was left to guard the suitcases, with orders not to move and Sue went in search of help.
Half an hour later, she came back with tears brimming in her eyes. She had queued for all that time at the customer service desk and just ...
... the rain showers became a little more serious for awhile, forcing the poor waitresses and proprietor to quickly move the tables under large umbrellas.
Once the rain stopped, Irene decided to go back to the apartment, while the rest of us made our way to the church of San Frediano, with its impressive facade displaying a mosaic of Christ and the apostles. The church dates back to 1112, and contains some notable religious objects of significance, ...
... monitors from the rear, then a drink at The Old City Bar and listened from the side. It was really interesting how the accoustics worked, as in some locations there was absolutely no line of sight but the music was clear.
While the paddy wagon had been in evidence for the previous 2 concerts we attended, not a sign of it. Obviously the old foggies are considered the ones who'll cause trouble!
On the way, we came across the Ponte della Maddalena or The Devils Bridge as it's more commonly known, a beautiful and unusual bit of medieval architecture now protected as a site of significant historical interest. Wasn't it lucky they managed to build one of the arches big enough to get a train underneath?
Finally for today, Ali had a nasty shock to the system this morning. Yes, another one, he hasn't got over having to do some cooking ...
... in Italy unless you have some Italian in your DNA, and those Italian genes went straight to your feet. Shoes made amywhere else in the world just don't feel perfect like Italian shoes do. Italians understand food, wine, art and FEET. We gaze at shoes, and stop frequently at a favorite cafe called PULTE. It has everything you could ever want; Wifi, Exotic snacks like Vegetable pudding pie, all kinds of coffees and cocktails, pidgins who parade on ...