La Sorgente di Francesca
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... to our Tuscan farmhouse because we have had a really great time here, so on the train early and arrive in Florence. We had coffee with Roger and Wendy, hugs and kisses all around and they headed off to sightsee. We dragged our cases a couple of hundred metres and found our hotel where we were able to leave the baggage until we check in later. We walked past the Accademia and saw that the queues were many hundred ...
... looked like a big parking lot and were met by little trains that took us through the streets to the area of the tower. Very cute! The tower was amazing, but really, after 20 minutes we'd seen all we could see, including a lot of tourists trying to look like they were holding it up or pushing it over! We were glad we hadn't made the long trip there just to see the tower, but at the same time it was great to see it. We wandered off and got ...
... and when I got back there was no line into the museum at all.
This was my second visit to the Uffizi, the last time was in 2005. I didn't have a lot of time today because yesterday when Sabina let me into the apartment we both forgot about me paying the balance—oops! So Sabina had arranged to meet me back there today at 1:00 PM. I spent a couple hours wandering through the different rooms, reading descriptions as they were ...
Currently sitting on our terrace with a glass of red wine, blue cheese and olives overlooking the river and watching the sunset, ahhhh, Tuscany. Staying in Florence at the moment which is another beautiful city, packed with famous artwork. Saw the statue of David, the birth of Venus which were both so beautiful. We have seen some amazing art on our travels, but today ...
... the actual Medici chapel. The church was nice to be in, it is still being used to celebrate mass in.
We had lunch in a little trattoria where the owner was very concered about making sure everyone got exactly what they wanted. The food was good too.
We went back to the Duomo at 2pm and the crowds had cleared so we bought the combination ticket. We started with the climb up the bell tower, the Campanile - all 410 steps. There are a couple of spots ...