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... Danya, Rachel, and Zac climbed the bell tower at the Duomo while we went to San Lorenzo, church of the Medici. Later we met so they could explore the leather market. The town is a labyrinth which can keep you walking in circles only to return to where you started. Even though we did not go far, Pat's pedometer still registered over 6.5 miles. Tonight is party night in the town but we are staying ...
We farewell Florence and return to Rome for our last night in Italy. Siena is our stop for lunch and a look around this interesting town. Celebrations were held the night before for a horse race that won raced in July. The Palleo horse race has been a tradition for 100's of years, we even got to see the winning horse. The focus of this race is for horse and rider to complete 7 circuits of the town square, and regardless if the ...
... we shared a pizza for a late lunch. Once rested, we decided to go for a walk before tea. We headed in the direction of the Ponte Vechio. There were so many tourists with the same idea! Most of the little shops along the bridge were closed, however there were street artists - the music making kind as well as painters dotted along the bridge. We walked back a different way to our hotel and found ourselves in the piazza where the City Hall is. In front ...
We woke up at a decent hour today and ate a yummy breakfast before leaving for the train station. Our train for Pisa was at around 10:00. It was an hour ride and I napped for most of it. We had to walk through the town of Pisa to get to the tower. The town is beautiful with plenty of shopping. The tower itself was super cool. You couldn't really tell it was leaning when ...
... aforementioned bottles of basalmic vinegar, Jay and I picked up a bottle of the 50th anniversary chianti for my dad. To our surprise and delight, Pierfrancesco’s mother arrived so we could shower her with compliments for her lasagna-making skills. And then we were off to our final destination for the day, San Gimigagno, yet another medieval walled town, but this one famous for its ...
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