Bed and Breakfast Leonardo da Vinci
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... paintings view over the monastery and
places of significance where Francesco had been including the cave where he
spent two years without a pillow. Back to the car and off to Florence, what a
drive through the Tuscan hills with a bright orange sun setting over the tree
lined mountains. We made it into Florence in good time and found the
accommodation without too much hassle. Car parked outside while we sorted the
room and dropped the bags off. The room – Our ...
... just because we wanted to cool off in the shade) to walk into the ticket office which had no line and got a ticket! Bam!
So to kill a couple hours, we wandered around the city and saw several very impressive artists outside the duomo and bought a beautiful tiny watercolor of a Tuscany scene. The artist spoke English well and was very, very nice. It seems pretty standard in Italy (as far as we know--Venice, Rome, Florence) to ...
Today was a "take it easy" day, the first one I've had in Italy. I didn't set an alarm and woke at about 9.30 then did nothing for a while. Felt so good! My plan was to have a nice hot shower, skype a little then meet Franklin at 12. My plans were interrupted when I was kicked out of the hostel at 11am for cleaning. I was pretty annoyed. I message Franklin and we met up earlier, grabbed ...
... straight. It also meant I went up there with no real plans in mind. Originally I had intended to look up some of the touristy things to do in Florence, but the wifi went down at our hostel last night so I went up blind. As an interesting side note, this actually forced everyone joining in the wine and nibbles at the hostel to talk to each other. It went so well they ended up bringing out extra bottles of wine. I met a ...
We got up nice and early to explore the rest of Florence. Luckily the weather is great. We took a walking tour with a local guide. He gave us the history of Florence and Santa Maria Novella, a church we were standing in front of. Novella was actually paid for by one man who was the architect and has his motif branded across it (a sail) and his name written across, like an old billboard, since he owned a business. We saw the main duomo which is the 3rd largest church in ...