Relais Chiara e Lorenzo
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... Day and we went to visit Florence the source of Renaissance! After breakfast we took the bus just outside the camping to town which costs 5;60 for a return ticket and takes about 45 min to the bus and train station. From there you walk straight into the old centre where Andrea had followed a Renaissance course for a month while studying Italian language and culture in Utrecht a long time ago. We first had a cappuccino of course and answered some messages as we had no wifi on the ...
... kids down on a wall to cool off while Lily & I climb the stairs to the Basilica. I pray for peace, harmony and to return to Sydney with my sanity intact.
We walk to the piazza which is gorgeous and decide to take a group photo. Tensions were still high, stony faces.
Why we want to capture this moment I will never know.We all huddle for our photo, Clint is about to take it when a lady walks right into the shot and stands there for ...
... that there was no official display for New Years, the crackers would be let off by private people & hotels.
We walked to the Arno. There were a lot of people on the Ponte Vecchio. We walked along the river to the next bridge and took a spot in the middle. It was 11:50pm, people already were letting of crackers along the banks.
The city then erupted in fireworks. Up on the hill, ...
... reds (all from different parts of Italy) and a complimentary red from Beirut. All were fantastic and complemented the food we enjoyed. Following coffee at a nearby bar we set forth to wander home, enjoying the sunshine and lack of humidity, and exploring a few different shops along the way. Now it is rest time on our last full day in Firenze! Tomorrow we move north to Finland for a brief ...
... 6 piece sets. Now we are caught up on our first and second anniversary. I found a paper store and purchased a new wax seal that has an "L" and a “D” woven together, some wax and other fun items.
Then we headed back to the room to freshen up for dinner. We headed back out and found the Domo Museum where the famous bronze “Gates of Paradise” and a late Michelangelo Pieta. We quickly viewed the two famous items and headed to dinner ...