Palazzo Alfani Al David
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... were very pleased, asking everyone for money to put in the till. 21 August Today we took the train to Florence. With the kids in tow, we had a very precise agenda - walk over the Ponte Vecchio, have a look at the Duomo and check out Dave. On the train, Jo consulted her Lonely Planet to see if perhaps our agenda could be loosened a little. The book advised a trip up to the Piazzale Michelangelo to get a look out over the city. The No 13 bus would take us straight ...
We then travelled through the Apennine Mountains into Tuscany and through an area rich in grape vines. The area looked very lush and we are advised property and purchases of houses etc are expensive in this area.
We continued to on to Pisa to see the leaning tower, and the tourist attraction there. We were transferred from our coach and driven by local transport to the grounds of the tower. This is in fact a little ...
A fairly relaxing day. Watched our own church services from back home on Livestream - I love technology for enabling us to do those sorts of things (we are also having the bulletin emailed to us, so can keep up with our church family); went into Florence for the day, watched ...
... and rest along the way. P and C opted to stop on the 2nd landing - which was probably wise. I went all the way to the top and, while the view was great and it wasn't too crowded at the top itself, the final staircase was the most cramped and crowded. I found myself hugging the wall as people going down pushed past and those going up came to a stand still. It was quite claustrophobic. Going back down was only marginally better. ...
... for tonight. Along the way we pass through the San Lorenzo Market where Kaylan stops off to say "hi" to the dreamboat who sold her the leather jacket she bought. And, just because we're in the neighborhood, we sneak into Pasticceria Sieni for another Café Marocchino. Yes, it's that good!!
With the morning shopping finished, we head back to the apartment to drop off the groceries and get another load ...