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... to Florence. I feel like I needed to go there at least once, so I am glad we did it. We were in Florence for a grand totally of 5 hours, but I felt like we did everything we wanted to do.
We started off with the Duomo Square and Cathedral, which is has a unique and ornate design. All we really did was stare at it because we heard there were better views elsewhere, but it was definitely worth the visit. After a gelato pit stop, we checked out what was supposed to be ...
... markets cornices, street corners, building fronts and ceilings--gathering anew glimpses of Florence what once was, and remains, in many ways, today. But if you've never been to Florence, every church, every museum, every piazza is worth your attention.
Some of our Florentine friends own a guide business and lead Spanish and ...
... we headed back down on the chairlift and just walked around for a while and shopped. Then we took a convertible taxi-van back down to the bottom of the mountain to get our boat back to Sorrento. The taxi ride was so much fun. Our driver blasted music (they love American music) and he raced the other taxi that the other half of our friends were in.
Once we got back to our hostel, we freshened up and had some wine on the rooftop and then took the bus to a really nice ...
... I had a steak, with yummy roasted potatoes, and spinach. I did the hand gesture where you hold your fingers together and kind of kiss and release, you know a very stereotypical Italian gesture. He whispered in my ear," you should be careful not to salute me, you have dangerous eyes.". LOL. Not sure if salute was what he said or meant, or if I used the gesture incorrectly, but it was funny and I seemed to be getting all the ...
We arrived in Florence on another sunny but cold day. Our mission in Florence was pretty straight forward - visit the Academia, Uffizi, St. Croce, St. Maria del Fiorre and the Ponte Vecchio. This is a lot in a couple days.
Day One: We made a beeline to the Santa Maria del Fiorrre Cathedral aka the Duomo in the heart of Florence. It is a monstrous pink, green and white structure with a massive frescoed dome, the second largest in the world (next ...