I think I have found my shopping heaven; tucked away around the corner from the tourists and the Ponte Vecchio. Subtle, discreet, tucked away and amazingly stylish, packedContinue readingThe Leica store, Florence
My thanks go out to Kevin Bell, a happy traveller and old mate who I bumped into at Gary's 50th birthday party in Ilkley. It was Kev, who knowing a thing or two about Tuscany, pointed us in the direction of La Loggia Restaurant in Fiesole, a short bus ride out of Florence, up into the Tuscan hills in Italy.
The occasion - our 25th wedding anniversary, a spot of lunch with a tear in the eye, looking out over the scenery and reflecting on being the luckiest man alive in Italy that day.
The food, the wine and the setting could not have been nicer, I would certainly urge anyone who is staying in Florence for a few days to take the bus into the hills and make the most of this lovely town, taking in a bottle of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo and a filet steak as well if time permits!