Relais Chiara e Lorenzo
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We then decided to take a drive to either Siena, Lucca or San Gimignano .San Gimignano won. It is a walled town set high in the Tuscan hills with spectacular panoramic views of the country side. A perfect day for it we thought.As we arrived we realised that everyone else thought the same. It took a while to find somewhere to park. We were hungry, tired and all needed a toilet stop. The perfect storm.
As soon as we walked into ...
... at me with a blank look and then glaring eyes that were saying 'mum, I told you last night I don't understand'
Then Emilio picked up a stick and drew a map in the dirt, accompanied by hand gestures.
Ahhh - language I understand.
We head up the hill past the olive grove and beyond the vineyard to the big waste bins.
We gave him the thumbs up on our way back down.
The kids played soccer on ...
... a final purchase at the the Conad, walked across the Ponte Vecchio and the Ponte Trinita and came home to shower, eat that most fabulous breakfast and start the packing nightmare! We started....but then Larry decided he needed to say farewell to his cigar smoking stone step across from Santa Maria Novelle. Whilst he did that I went to the profumery and then lit a bunch of candles at the chesia. We went to the bank to ...
... the same restaurant that we went to last night and then we walked back to Ponte Vecchio bridge to take some night shots and some photos around town. The streets are a bit quieter at night ad it is a bit cooler. On the way back to the hotel we saw a brass band of old guys from Holland who really got the crowd going. I think you would have to say that we have had a really fleeting visit to Florence but we have got a sense of it all the ...
Thursday 30th May to Sunday 2nd June.
Our main reason for visiting Florence for the 4th time was to go to the MotoGP at Mugello - or was it to satisfy Kerrie's need for some retail therapy in what she says is her favourite city in the world!
Our apartment in Florence (home for 4 nights) was about 500m from the Duomo - one of the most magnificent structures you will ever see. The ride in ...