La Luna Guest House
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... street side. The archways, monuments, statues, ironwork, facades, spires and jewelled colours are beauty to behold. This is what I enjoyed the most today in my discovery of Florence. Chalk and spray paint artists mingling with sketch and watercolor artists, colourful carousel and billowing balloons amidst flags, smart tri-colour sandwiches and fluffy mountains of gelato is the the backdrop for high fashion, iconic art ...
And we were off to Florence!
First stop was a spot with a panoramic view of the city, perfect for a group photo!!
Next we headed into the city, on suggestion by our tour manager Steve we headed to a small hole-in-the-wall sandwich shop, and it was damn delicious.
We had a bit of a wander, I directed Nadia so she could have a photo where it ...
... scoop part of a small plastic spoon. Definitely not winning today. Enough of ice cream talk, we walked around Florence for the rest of the afternoon. I was feeling a lot better after eating. *Probably on a sugar high. I was pretty slack with photos in Florence because of not feeling well, so I apologise for the lack of photos here and on fb of this day. We caught the coach back to our accommodation to get ready for our Tuscan dinner and Space disco night ...
... the beautiful bronze doors (Michelangelo said that these doors were fit to be the doors to heaven!)
Later, we saw the Duomo museum, with some great sculptural work by Michelangelo and others. We also saw a video about the painstaking restoration process and were amused to note that the only time we've seen Italians working hard is to preserve religious art!
... oh shopping or hunting, we didn't have much time or energy left to check out La Rocca. Perhaps a different time.
Last stop: Pisa. I've been before and I actually briefly remember this. We got to ride in the choo choo train (yes that's what it's actually called) from the bus park to the tower where we had just over an hour of free time, and believe me, that will run faster than you think. At 15 euro, we opted not to climb the tower (which was closed to ...