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... Michelangelo, which is on the top of a hill and overlooks the entirety of Florence across the river. My God, was it beautiful. Not only could we see the whole city, but also tumbling Tuscan hills with Cyprus trees and an old city wall unrolling into the distance. Not a bad couple of hours to spend in the afternoon. The hike up to Piazzale Michelangelo was strenuous, so we took our time coming back down the hill and across the river on our way to Santa Croce, a cathedral that houses ...
... signs were used, he also took pictures of us for his phone. Then around 7 we went into the kids book store and drew practicing our written Italian and took more photos of passer bys. we went out to dinner at Cafe Logge and had some pizza called Atomica! Sausage, cheese, onions and olives yum! Now watching Who framed roger rabbit with Betty, Evan, and Jeff. Love this movie!! ...
... being rung today. Ponte Vecchio bridge which was built in 1345 and was not destroyed in any wars It was built by Taddi Gaddi.It was constuced because it was mean' t to replace an earlier edition. The bridge was built in roman times and built over the Anro river . There were many floods and the bridge got very damaged (The bridge was originally wooden ) so Taddi Gaddi descided to created a new edition maded out ...
... vin-chair-a = winning en Italiano}. The tour was an all-day bike ride through the gorgeous Tuscan country side which included a lunch at an authentic Italian restaurant, a tour of a wine/olive oil producing castle, and loads of fun with our friendly Brit/American (go figure) guides.
Our lovely guides gave us some advice for a good last night in Firenze so we headed home to freshen up from our sweat-fest of a bike ride. The restaurant was poppin and seemed to be ...
... br> Yesterday we took a day trip out to Siena, a medieval city out in Tuscany. The bus drove by all the stereotypical rolling green Tuscany hills with the rows of pointed trees and yellow villas. Siena was really nice. Most of the streets were fairly empty of people. All the tourists were clustered in the center. Siena is a fairly interesting place. Its divided into 17 contradas, or neighborhoods, that have a big rilvalry going. Each ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed