Il Piccolo Fiorentino
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We rose early, got ourselves showered and dressed in order to be prepared for a possible 9am pickup. We had some mixed messages on our itinerary for today, but an early phone call around 8am to Meaghan confirmed we had an afternoon appointment not an early morning one. With the gift of a free morning, we had some coffee, did a load of laundry, did some light reading and otherwise caught up with ourselves.
We wandered out around mid-morning with a few hours ...
... is still acknowledged as it is labeled with a black rooster and is called chianti classico.
This winery was a property that had a lot of history, much like the castle we visited earlier that day. It went back hundreds, and hundred and hundreds of years, but the family that owns it hasn’t owned it for as long. It was used to farm livestock a couple hundred years ago before it was reverted back to a proper winery as it was originally created ...
... over the top, he has a 12 pack not just a 6 pack) We continued to walk around the streets and made our way to the Ponte Vecchio bridge. It is quite unusual (and unbelievable) the whole bridge has shops all the way up & down it...I have never seen so much jewellery/so many jewellery shops in my life. Jon called it the"divorce bridge" and with the prices I am not at all surprised... After all the exploration and photographs, we then sat down & had a typical Italian ...
... Since we couldn't really stay in the apartment, we decided to start our Florence sightseeing. First, we headed to the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (aka. the Florence Duomo) by way of Santa Maria Novella square. Accidentally, we ended up at San Lorenzo church first, and thought about going in, but we found we needed a ticket so, we continued on to the Duomo.
Arriving at the Duomo was a bit of a shock to the ...
... has stood the test of time, his mate Donatello designed the main stain glass window at the alter too. Right beside the Basilica is Giotto’s Campanile (bell tower) which was another 'blast from the past" that is a mere 700 years old.
After Venice, Florence has an imposing, serious nature about it, if Venice is the party town, Florence is the big brother trying ...