Le Stanze di Santa Croce
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... visiting and so were Amanda and Danielle's friends. Allie was with her parents and Kate was with Simon. So Natalie and I went to All'Antico and decided that after we were going to visit the Uffizi Museum. Now the line was out the door and way down walkway so we decided to try another time when it wasn't as crowded. Then we decided to make our ...
... in many hotels throughout Europe, and never have I seen any quite so large!
Unpacking was a long enough pause in activity for me - that night we were out exploring the city. There's definitely something magical about seeing ancient buildings and sculptures lit up at night! Doesn't hurt when you're eating gelato while looking at them either!
The next day was a whirlwind. A walk along Ponte Vecchio, ...
... they realized what they had turned down years later and wanted it back.
From here we walked more of Venice learning of the Medici family’s coming to power and seeing many of the additions that they made to Florence including palaces and even their own private walkway across the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge that still exists today above this famous bridge. Our walk had brought us to the Accademia Gallery where among other works of art ...
... we had lunch at a local restaurant but our meals were nothing to rave about. Arrived back at the apartment by 2:30pm, Denham & I decided to do a little exploring but as he wasn't 100% we opted to walk rather than ride bicycles. We enjoyed walking around the streets, looking at shops, admiring the incredible cathedral and indulging in Gelati from the Lindt store. Dinner tonight was at a little gem we came across in a side street; ...
So because of weird closing times, closures on Sunday/Monday and our little side trip to Pisa we now had to see most of the historical sights in Florence all in one day. Before we even started the day, Katie and I ran to the market to purchase some things that we didn't want to be carrying all day long to take back with us to the states. We got back to the B&B just in time for another excellent breakfast and then out the door to start our long day of ...