Residence I Colli
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... the tallest tower of the 13 remaining) and see the incredible views (more climbing - 54m 214 steps). By this time the weather had warmed up and the sky was clear. We then walked around the streets and Joy bought some Panforte to bring home.
There was a cafe with seats along wall and on the other side of the lane was an open view across the countryside - a wonderful spot to just sit and sample the local wine if you had time.
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As noted in the last blog we have made it to Florence! I was informed that I skipped the bit about getting to here. As it was quite the adventure I will back track slightly: We woke up and went for our B&B breakfast (this time I took a picture of our typical Italian breakfast so everyone understood the shear awesomeness of it all... After that we finished packing and put on our backpacks to head for the station. Metro is no problem now since we had used it a few times but knew ...
... thought I might have given everything away. Finally, sunset arrived and we moved our two tables to gather around and take a picture. The girls were going to sit in front, while the guys stood behind them. Joy was ready to sit down and take the middle seat before I ushered her to move over and let Holly sit in the middle. �� (Sorry Joy). We had the waiter take pictures. Unbeknownst to Holly, I reached down where I was hiding a ...
... We had. Seat mates who were a couple from Calgary! Canadians everywhere. They got off in Rome, and we continued on. We were in Florence at 1pm. I booked us at a little apartment. It was €35 for the night and was so cute! The only issue was getting in. There was no front desk and the people weren't there all the time so check in was by appointment. I said we would be there at 1:30 and we were there at 1:10. We rang the bell, no answer so got drinks down the street and waited. At ...
... Basilicas, or churches, the outsides were intricately decorated while the inside had stained glass windows and statues. Lastly we climbed the dome of the Duomo. It wasn't as high as the first dome we climbed, but the view was gorgeous and once again worth the climb. Tomorrow we will be getting up early and leaving for ...