As we sped through the last of the countryside before the cities, made-up girls gave all the passers-by a smile and a wave. It was quite an incongruous site!
We now had internet on our phone, tethered to the laptop. Stopping on a narrow road, we searched AirBnb for accommodation. There were some great places, but they wanted our ID again and wouldn’t accept our European credit card. So I tapped in B&B. One kilometre away, around €40 – perfect!
The TomTom took us via the narrowest road in Italy. Which was fine, except the lane was two-way and the other drivers thought we were invisible. Quite a number of unprintable words were muttered into both our helmets.
We sat on our small veranda surrounded with grand trees, planning our one day trip into Florence.