Le Tre Stanze
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... 8211; still zero!!
OK – we need to keep going. Our next landmark is the Piazza Signoria, Pallazzo Vecchio, and the Uffizi. So, at least we could see the outsides of these beautiful buildings. Good news is coming!! On our way back to the Duomo, we discovered a very small church, Church of Orsanmichele, in a building that originally started in 895. It was a grain storage area, burned down, and eventually the church was built ...
... which was packed with tourists. He took us around the side in the Piazza del Duomo where he showed the different centuries of building. Then down to the Piaza della Signoria showing us Dante's statue and so called face in the paving stones beneath it. Here he left us.
Antonia then took us to the Ponte Grazie which we walked across and up the river towards the Ponte Vecchio. The bridge is full of jewellery shops. It was originally ...
Besides being incredibly large, the Basilica is also extremely beautiful, with art by Cimabue, both della Robbia (Luca and Andrea), Ghiotto, Donatello, Gaddi and others. The church was revised in the 1540's in response to the Reformation, and much of this work was done by Vasari.
We wanted to visit this church for a couple of reasons. First, it's the largest Franciscan church in the world, and Quincy University was run by the ...
... climb the dome Mark and I went to buy tickets only to realise we didn’t have the cash on us. So we searched for an ATM, we passed a giant shoe and loads of street peddlers trying sell selfies sticks but eventually we found an ATM. With money in our pockets we walked into the bell tower and started to climb. About 400 steps later we reached the top and found a fantastic view waiting for us. We took some snaps and then adsorbed the view for a while. Then we ...
... to ever give it up.
Breakfast is very light. I have no appetite. We get back to the room, secure everything in the suitcases and do a final thorough check of the place to be sure we’ve not left anything behind. Didn’t take long, this is SUCH a small place!!
Downstairs, pay the bill and call a cab. The cab is able to get to the front of the hotel, and we load up and off to the termini! Interesting, ...