Locanda Linando II Bed & Breakfast
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... of the UNESCO World Heritage Site covering the historic centre of Florence and are a major attraction to tourists visiting the region of Tuscany. The basilica is one of Italy's largest churches, and until development of new structural materials in the modern era, the dome was the largest in the world. It remains the largest brick dome ever constructed.
Florence is also known as a cultural city with many ...
... with some dating back all the way to the 16th century. Many of the costumes were beautiful but some we found too bizarre for our taste. Each of the designers was showcased with a biography and how their work fit into the trends and society of the time. Therese was very intrigued by the fashions and designers, we really enjoyed this portion of the museum.
We continued our tour in the 111 acre Boboli gardens, we had no idea of the ...
... have a truly great spread. Later on at midnight the game was broadcasted on large projection screens in the plaza and the plaza was completely filled with people cheering for Italy.
On the 17th I visited the Medici Chapels which is where members of the family are buried and where Michelangelo's New Sacristy is located. Before entering the Sacristy, I walked around the domed Chapel of the ...
... to enter the church itself, which was free (yay!), and the line moved quickly. Unfortunately, we didn't realize the only ticket available was the combo ticket or else we might have bought it here and gone into the crypt. Instead, after viewing the Duomo - which is quite plain inside - we exited and lined up for Giotto's Campanile (belltower) which I wanted to climb. The Campanile had a relatively short line and my old guidebook said ...
... amassed by the Medici family for centuries before the end of their lineage. The Uffitzi, even on our best attempts to breeze through it at breakneck speeds, easily consumed up a good 2-3 hours of our time. We had a late lunch, then made a visit to Museo Galileo, a museum dedicated to science.
Museo Galileo, despite its name, is not entirely devoted to its namesake, but rather charts the development of science through ...