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... may refrain from investing in these brands, however the enjoyment of their air conditioned stores when it's 35c outside was pounced upon!
And so you have reached the end of another long missive. There will be another, probably equally as long since we're always pooped after a day's cycling and beer comes before blog writing. Do leave a comment if you feel compelled!
Amanda, Roelof, Debs and Ron
... poor man's Bible." The symbol of Florence is the red fleur du lis. We also briefly saw the church of Santa Croce (church of the cross). It was dedicated to St. Francis of Assissi. Michaelangelo, Galileo, and Machiavelli were all buried there. From there, we quickly walked to lunch at a lovely cafe. The waitresses set up a table for 8 just off the street. The food was delicious but it took a while so we were late to our meeting spot. But the bruschetta piled high with tomatoes ...
... the ticket (and purchasing our magnets) we stopped in at the most beautiful cafe right outside the Duomo for our morning coffees. Everything was ideal, from the service, to the teacups, the the coffee and oh the view! Check our my photos to believe it! Literally overlooking the Duomo. After, we went exploring. We walked to all the many Piazzas to take a look at the architecture, history and culture of each. Each had it's own feel and ambience. One with a old ...
Got a nice view of the city with its famous cathedral, which was the largest church in the world when it was built, but is now the 4th largest. It seems like there was a lot of competition among city-states to show their power by seeing which city-state could build the biggest church. Florence was one such city-state that eventually overtook Pisa and Siena.
Florence was ruled for many years by the ...
... an obligatory selfie with David, before leaving to peruse the rest of the gallery.
After leaving the gallery, we found ourselves back at the Duomo, and decided that it would be fun to climb up the Campanile di Giotto – the bell tower attached to the Cathedral. We waited in line for thirty minutes to be able to access the tower, which is nearly 300ft high and has excellent views over the city. As it’s so old, and so narrow, they limit ...