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... an outstanding lunch at a place called Olio, scouted the Ufizzi and got our tickets in advance for Thurs morning. While looking around for where I should buy tickets, I had a little chat with a nice American couple for a few minutes who were also trying to figure this out. Turns out I was talking to this guy, but I didn't realize it until the end. Nice guy in any case. We poked around in shops, and on Daniels' advice headed over to shop ...
... in the late 14th century and remained in control until 1737. They made their money in banking and textiles and patronized a dream team of Renaissance artists that put Florence on the cultural map. Michelangelo, who spent his teen years living with the Medici, is one of the artists they nurtured and supported. In the 15th century, the Medici Bank was the largest in Europe. This family’s success helped finance the Italian Renaissance. Today, ...
... After gelato we had a look at some ruined temples, then went to the forum, had a look at the forum in passing and then arrived at the collessium. We walked around this and then meet up again and headed for the metro station. All around this general area is work going on for the new metro line.
We caught the metro back to the campsite metro station, the coach picked us up and we were driven back to the campsite, where we got our rooms. We got ...
... even Isla - although I’m sure this night they would have just about eaten anything.
More strolling around (including gellato of course), enjoying the evening on our way back home.
Back at home it was to relax…well except those having lots of fan dancing (eventually had to buy something from the market stalls or $1eu discount store in this case) going on….
... we could see the Palazzo Vecchio tower in the distance and felt impelled to go there. We stopped for a look at the Ponte Vecchio and just enjoyed being out, people watching, but with less crowds than during the day. Arriving at the Piazza della Signoria, we saw the doors to the Palazzo Vecchio were open so, we wandered in and admired the frescoes. We stopped for a look at the statues in the Loggia di Lanzi before heading home.