La Casa del Garbo
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the bakeries. It has a walk-up window outside and they are open
throughout the entire night.
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-It is located on the corner of via delle Ruote and via San Gallo. Once
you get to the vending machines, you are close! Keep looking!
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Lessons learned today:
- When traveling to another country, it might be useful to look up when they do Daylight Savings Time. Otherwise, you're left with an extra hour to kill in the morning before any place actually opens and a Violet who is upset she missed another hour of sleep.
- I still hate pay toilets. ...
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... a Dante memorial) TUESDAY:
- The Bargello Museum (mostly Renaissance sculpture, including several Michelangelos & Donatellos)
- The Uffizi Gallery (the most extensive collection of Italian Renaissance paintings anywhere. Viewing all this took half a day)