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... and over Florence. We found the campsite and set up camp, still trying to dry out our things from the rain in Slovenia. We then got a shuttle bus from the campsite into Fiesole and caught a bus to Florence. We walked from the top of the city to the bottom, seeing churches and squares and museums. There were so many tourists in the Piazza del Duomo that you could hardly move in places. The Duomo (Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore) is one of the worlds largest cathedrals and ...
... are trusting the GPS, it messes up. Up ahead is a ramp going on to the Autostrada toll road, and we just want to go straight staying on the local road. "Turn right" it tells me. "This doesn't look right" I say. I stay on the local road going straight.
It turns out the ramp was to the local road. The road I'm on has put me on the Autostrada, and there's a toll booth ahead. The GPS didn't mess up. I did. We're in for 10 miles of non scenic. I plead ...
... amphitheater to find Olivia and Meredith. They were sitting in the amphitheater, admiring the views beyond of the perfect Tuscan countryside. The steep hills, the splatters of small towns throughout, the funny trees. I did a little myself before we headed up to the Ruins Museum. This museum was really cool from an interior design prospective. Instead of keeping the ruins and the interior completely separate, they actually designed the museum around some of the ruins. ...
Florence was just as nice as Rome except it was on a much smaller scale and DID NOT have a wonderful smell. In fact I found it to be a "smelly" city. Many of the grates we walked over wafted up sewage, plenty of exhaust fumes and oh sooooo much cigarette smoke.
Navigating was much easier and we knew instantly we'd be able to walk most of it on foot with little issues of getting too terribly lost. We did pull out ...
... Florence Detectives wanted to assure us that Florence was a safe place to visit and that they loved Americans.
It was 10:25AM when we finished with the police and Cheryl and I rushed off to the Borgello Museum which was a short walk away. We finally caught up with Zach and Erin and was only 10 minutes late from our prescribed arrival time listed on our tickets. They allowed us in anyway.
The Bargello Museum
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