Relais Il Campanile
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... nourished, we head back to the Palazzo Vecchio for the museum parts. We stroll in the rooms admiring the art and structure where the powerful Medici family ruled and lived. Stunning ! After some handbag shopping, we head back to the hotel for a small respite before dinner. We have reservations at a special wine bar across from the Pitti Palace only a few doors down from our hotel. Before dinner, we head across the Ponte Santa Trinita bridge to see ...
... how he's hungry now. We stop on the scenic bridge for a few more pictures. These end up being my favorite from the evening. On the train ride back to Rome, Chris' exhaustion sets in. As I sit and admire my beautiful ring, I take endless pictures and a couple of videos attempting to capture it's sparkle. It's more outstanding than most jewelry advertisements! In between pictures I glance up to watch Chris' head continuously fall from his palm resting on the table. He's ...
... the design of the building on the scaffolding, then screw it up with an ad billboard.
Fortunately the Baptistery doors were still visible. This is a part of the bronze South doors by Andrea Pisano.
The East Doors, also known as ...
... s town hall.
After a bit more wandering, we found ourselves in a square called the Plaza Della Repubblica, where we discovered an amazing little pizza shop tucked away in a corner, and we grabbed a slice each for lunch. I then tracked down another soya gelato shop called "Perche No!" which had been given rave reviews on the internet and did not disappoint. I had a hazelnut soya gelato and chocolate sorbet combo; it was delicious – even ...
... rooms to finish being cleaned and for Blaze and Trotter to finish some things up. We walked around Florence to see the city, and finally found cannolis. We shopped around in this square for about half an hour, then saw the most famous bridge in Florence, the Ponte Vecchio, which had a spectacular view. It was still really early, so we stopped at a sandwich stop to buy then eat later, then started walking back, when we were caught in ...