La Signoria di Firenze B&B
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... and Chiara’s grandparents was extremely nice and a
privilege. Lunch was in a private room and was an entrée of a tomato,
mozzarella pasta with the main chicken, pork and canard which was all extremely
nice. With a little time to spare before the christening we went around part of
the complex to have a look, enjoy the view while talking with the family even
though our Italian is not great, English was spoken which was handy. With
Sophia dressed for the ...
Today's 3 goals: see the statue of David, book a cooking lesson, and piddle around. All accomplished!
We slept in, had breakfast (croissants, cake, and fruit--how do these people not die at 30?), and met our very nice host that was able to get us a room so late yesterday. Another guest held the door for us and once we got to the floor and saw no receptionist, we used their phone behind the desk to call the lady's (Stefania) cell phone and ...
... br> After about 2 hours at the Uffizi, we stopped at their rooftop café for a sandwich and water – and the view we saw was of the Duomo and the Florence countryside – a lovely way to end a lovely visit to this great display of art.
Our next plan was to cross the river to the Pitti Palace. . .wisdom prevailed. After yesterday’s 7.75 miles and 18.000 steps, we both dragged ourselves back ...
I'm writing this late at night on a high speed train back to Rome. I've spent the day in Florence after catching the train out this morning. For those expecting my thoughts on the city, you can just stop reading now. Most of the day was spent with the Canadian girls who have also departed the Contiki tour. Sometimes while travelling it's fun to just spend time with the people you've met, rather than push on with sight seeing. ...
... you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
There was a Christmas market set up nearby and it was fun to see samplings from the countries we had just visited. Those markets are more popular in the north. We saw booths with food and drink from Austria, Germany, and Poland.
On our last full day, we crossed the Arno on the Ponte Vecchio, the old bridge that is full of jewelry stores. We kept on walking out of the heavy tourist ...