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... opera songs. We danced the evening away, and then even included the classic nut bush and Macarena numbers for us. From here some of the group headed to a nightclub, while the others and I headed back to our hotel.
Today we head towards Rome, but not before we spend the morning exploring Florence.
First up was our leather demonstration, which wasn’t too bad for a sales pitch. They showed us how they make their ...
... no one knows for sure when it's open
-Via Campo D'Arrigio 14. It is Open only during the week (Monday-Friday) and is open between 12am-3am.
I definitely have taken advantage of living in a city full of secret
little bakeries and I recommend, if ever visiting, to do the same! Go to
them as often as you possibly can, because they are honestly heaven on
your lips. You will not regret it.
... the Ponte Vecchio (lots of jewellery) to Piazzle Michelangelo and up 163 steps (yes I counted them on the way back down) - had a wonderful view of Florence and a copy of David. Not DCD - the statue. Walked further up to San Miniato Church.
Walked back down and via Saint Croce Church
Went for a tour of the Uffizi Gallery and through the Piazza del Signora (seeing another copy of David and Neptune).
... This cruise has been wonderful and we can hardly wait to go on another one. Thanks to Joy and Tim we were able to go out to the ports without having to purchase excursions from the ship...they are extremely expensive! Finding transportation is relatively easy, especially in Italy and is also pretty cheap. I don't have a lot to add today...getting tired of bllogging, so my apologies. ...
... and opportunities, which itself led to a rise in the banking industry (and the prominence of the Medici). This wealth and prosperity then went right back into new construction and development projects, which increased the work and fame of the city's guilds, and started the circle anew. What we refer to as 'the arts' really flourished with the rise of Firenze--after all, what good is wealth if you can't show it off? And what better way to show ...