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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the footpath was a phone. We got tickets though there were 6 choices all in Italian. It made sense to buy the one with the same value as the earlier one. The bus driver had a very bemused look and studied the ticket at length. With no words exchanged, his expression indicated that he clearly had never seen such a ticket before. He waved us on I think because it was just easier to do so. Back at the station there was time for something to eat with the added bonus of ...
Always have a plan B. Arrived in Florence to find a train strike for regional trains. This meant there was no trains going to Pisa. Ok, what about buses? Sure enough there was some but not many compared to the amount of people. We just missed getting on one and had to wait over an hour for the next one. But we were at the front and heading to Pisa. That morning we had grabbed a quick breakfast as we caught the 7:15 train to Florence from Milan. ...
... to lines & cattle drive style museum viewing in Paris & at the Vatican to see the Sistine chapel. I'm not feeling great all day so I'm happy to wander the streets in the fresh air. After too many tacky souvenir shops looking for a spoon I sample an Italian hotdog. It's basically wrapped up in a pizza base thing instead of a bread roll. After sampling European bread many times I will say Aussie has **** bread. It's not sweet in Europe & so good. The country ...
... still cool to see the statue in person. We then went to the Medici Palace which was were the Medici family lived. It's hard to believe that a family once live in a place that is know big enough to be a museum! The palace was also filled with much more modern art, that I really enjoyed. One of the last museums we went to was one that had a bunch of pictures of Mary and Jesus. Unfortunately this was one of the last museums we went too, so we were all a little tired and I wasn't able ...
... same about me.
Dave has started calling the tour groups 'walkers'. As in the walking dead. They rove in packs, turning valid vacant eyes toward whatever they are told too. Sorry for those of you who like tours but this has reaffirmed my commitment to not go on any unless I can help it (however we booked a private tour with a driver/guide for amalfi which I so think is worth the cost).