La Signoria di Firenze B&B
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... a pizza and Hinesh tastes his first local Tuscan wine - Chianti (Key-Aunty). I am bitten to bits by the mossies here so we head home to rest up for a day of exploring tomorrow…. but not before a gelato on the way home :)
Day 2: we manage to get on a wine tour of the Chianti region later this afternoon so we chill in the morning.
We set out to look at the Duomo apparently THE attraction to see in Florence. Its nice to walk along Fiume Arno the main river ...
... stumbled home, fascinated with the intricate details I saw before my eyes, up close and personal.
Santa Croce, a tall standing church smack bang in the middle of nowhere.
Nick and I met up and took a bus to Piazzale Michelangelo – AMAZING!
It was this quaint little area above a hill that overlooked the entire of Florence. It had a breathtaking view. With little shops and food stands and a staircase where a hippie styled lady sang through ...
... a little picnic. While the gardens were a nice respite from the crowds, they weren't spectacular. No matter, we enjoyed walking around and exploring the paths. Once we exited the gardens, it was time for another gelato!! (of course).
We had been told that even with the reservations, we could get in early to the Uffizi. Since it was right across the bridge and it was close to 3p, we decided to go ahead and head ...
We shared breakfast with Mira and Katharina, and then they left for Rome. We'll meet up with them for Christmas, which will be lovely to share with friends!
Florence’s food…its glorious food. The standard here has been 'way high.’ Everything we’ve eaten has been superb. The pizza, the gelato, the Mexican, the sweets, the takeaway…everything...except for…the hostel breakfast. It is just as disappointing as it ...
... Right before we went in, we decided to share a gelato (aka "museum fuel"!). We got memberships cards before we left home from The Friends of the Uffizi for two reasons. First, no lines (yeah!), and second, we can go in as many times as we like. The cards worked like gold. We didn't even have to wait in the line with people that reserved tickets. We got to go ahead ...