Barco Mediceo Bed & Breakfast
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... a pleasant couple of hours strolling around in the late September sunshine. Afterward we check out some more of this cities amazing architecture and sculptures, and the Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio bit more closely. These are must see buildings, and it is impossible to explain their beauty and size. Just go see for yourself. We take a short bus ride back, but before returning to the hotel we visit a nearby ice cream palour. Edwardo informed us that it's ...
... br> The hotel is quite nice, however Wifi is 10 Euro per day...ouch. I would take a guess that contact with your child may be a little less over the next two days than it has been so far.
At 6pm we met downstairs and walked into town for a look around and dinner.
All the real Florence sightseeing starts tomorrow.
... to watch the sunrise at the Piazzale Michelangelo. Even though I was exhausted, the view was well worth it. That same day we discovered this rooftop bar that over looks the Duomo so that was also a beautiful view.
That should be everything I've done so far! My days here in Florence are numbered, so the next few days I'm dedicating to going to my favorite restaurants, and doing things I have yet to do .....and finals too I guess.
See you soon, ciao!
... We all sat down in the later afternoon to have the delicious and fresh lunch we all prepared. Seriously the best day.
Afterward we headed back to the town centre to say farewell. Fred, Liz, Brendan and I decided to have a nightcap and headed to the nearest bar, considering it was a Tuesday night, there were people everywhere, almost like a Friday night in Brissy.
I wish I could have had a week in Florence, you can't possibly see enough in a few days but alas, Rome is ...
... our perch in the sky, we set course for the Basilica di Santa Croce, in the east side of the city. As we entered the large Piazza Santa Croce, the church loomed like a skyscraper. This magnificent, Gothic-style Franciscan church dates back to the 13th-century, although the colorful facade and campanile were added in the mid-19th-century.
Following a short wait to buy admission tickets, we entered the church's cavernous interior, which houses ...