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... the Uffizi gallery, pizza, shopping (and more shopping), a climb to the top of the Duomo, chinghale for dinner, and gelato (Yes, again!). By the time this day was over, my wallet was screaming for me to stop spending money. But, when there are leather bags and coats to be had...
Sunday saw a visit to the Leonardo da Vinci museum, cappucino at Caffe Rivoire, and a train ride back to Rome. Yet again, there's ...
... mythology. The story telling pictures in the marble inlays in the floor are surrounded by intricate designs. Sculptures and paintings adorn the many altars. Huge black and white marble columns support the massive structure. Deciding not to visit any more churches we had a cafe lunch. Our next adventure was the Santa Maria Della Scala, a large complex considered to be one of ...
created with his hands.
I employed Sylvia’s recommendations at lunchtime when I
wandered just outside the city center to the Piazza della Passera, a miniature
and smartly hidden opening behind a series of white buildings. Here I stepped
up into Il Magazzino (translation: The Warehouse), as I was told to do.
Immediately the vibe was unlike a standard restaurant a traveler would expect
to find inside the ...
... it and slept. They left the next morning.
The hostel is very clean and well maintained, but the mattresses of the bed are not comfortable. It would be ok for 3 nights max I would say, otherwise you end up with back pain. This is the only complaint I have for Locanda Rocco. You check in in the office opposite the building where they will take you to the hostel and show you around then handling the keys to you. There is a microwave, hot boiler and ...
... We had the most delicious gelato everrr at Vivoli. Its the most famous gelateria in Florence, and the oldest as well. My gelato numbers may have reached double digits this weekend. My obviously always-present rebellious side emerged when I decided to jump over the side of the bridge on the Arno River. We saw people doing it from afar and I was jealous. The ledge was probably 7 feet wide, so no worries Old Shannon. We got unobstructed views of the ...