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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up early this morning for another drive day. There was no more snow overnight, so the stuff that had melted was now frozen solid on the pavements and gravel, making everything incredibly slippery. All of the low clouds were gone, so we got to fully see where we were, nestled at the bottom of the most gigantic valley I've ever seen. We were surrounded by the most breathtakingly enormous mountains for the first part ...
... 2 young women who arrived at the same time also took loads of photos, but of themselves! There is so much posing, checking, reposing and retaking; I wonder if they have any photos of anything but themselves?!
A large open air market is held every Tuesday in Florence. The market is about 1km in length and sells everything that a Florence housewife (that's what the info says!) needs. Locals and tourists alike visit the market for food, but also ...
... the train at that point (some of us jumped, some of us limped off) to catch another train to Florence. We had a walking tour of this beautiful little town including a stop at a leather factory, Piazza del Duomo, Ponte Vecchio (the old bridge, the only remaining original bridge in Florence), and the Piazza Della Republica. Our guide, William really brought the town and its rich history to life. The majority of our large group left at this point to go to Pisa while our group ...
... the saving of famous art all over Europe during World War 2. After seeing some amazing art this past weekend, it became very real.
We are now home, facing massive work emails, work travel (Ken is leaving today for Pittsburgh) and freeways. But, we will have amazing memories of the Swiss Alps, Tuscan hills, wonderful travel mates and awesome travel experiences.
As they say in Italy, Arrivaderci...or, Until We Meet Again.
... a Firenze card to cut the huge line, unless that’s the only thing you’re going to do in Florence. It’s only 10 euro to get in there and all the other Duomo sites.
Also note: Lizzie wasn’t the only one headed back down when she did. An older couple followed her down because they didn’t realize what they were signing up for and couldn’t handle the climb. It was really nothing after the hike in Cinque Terre, just a ...