Locanda Linando II Bed & Breakfast
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... a hard finger like biscuit with encased pistacio. This was dipped in the sweet lovely desert wine and all these combined flavours savoured. Satisfied with beautiful Tuscan food and wine, we got on the bus late in the afternoon to make our final stop at Pisa. It was surprisingly a large town. The sun was low in the afternoon sky by the time we reached the ancient Duomo of Pisa. There was no time to get into the duomo or time enough to climb the ...
... who didn't know about validating tickets and were fined 50 euros on the spot - no ifs no buts.)
Our hotel room is not ready so we go for a walk towards the main attraction in Florence, The Duomo, which is about 300 metres down the road. The Piazza is packed with hopeful tourists looking to get into the famous church and the lines stretch for miles, not for us, we will come back in the morning at opening.
On the way back to ...
... looked proportional. After seeing The David, we went to the Medici Palace. The Medici family is the family who started the renaissance! So you can only imagine how beautiful their palace was. After the palace, we had lunch- pizza of course- and then we adventured around Florence. We went to shops, and walked around, and went to many museums. The museums did get boring after a ...
... cling to the outside of the bridge and we line up the Vasari corridor windows anticipating again tomorrow's tour. Yes, we have tragic Inferno fans in our midst.
It is spotted that the fixed menu in the hotel restaurant is good value and so we settle in for dinner. The rooftop terrace, which our hotel is known for, is not open for dining yet, (summer) but is certainly open for drinks and photos. We take the opportunity ...
... dell'Academia (home to Michaelangelo's David), a stop on the Ponte Vecchio where we, of course, quietly mumbled "O Mio Babbino Caro" to ourselves, and concluded with a trek to the top of a nearby mountain/hill for another great view of the city.
The goal was to reach the chapel at the top of the hill and catch the monks who still live there just in time for their evening vespers chanting, but we either were not ...