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To begin our full day in Firenze we first caught the 'hop on and off bus' to see the sights and listen to an explanation. Firenze is filled with history, culture and fashion! Unfortunately, Monday is the day most museums are closed. However, our visit to Basilica Di San Lorenzo allowed us to visit an important work of Michaelangelo - the Laurentian Library built for the powerful Medici family as it was their parish church. Michaelangelo ...
... like it was never going to end. I went up with the sister, Tamsen, who told me she didn't want to stop for too long so no one would think she was fat and out of shape. there was a long windy staircase and it was very narrow, definitely not something meant for fat people. The view at the top was insane. In Florence, there is a law that states that you are not allowed to build anything higher than the duomo so from the top you are able to get a 360 view of the whole city. We spent ...
... was a quick affair as we were preparing ourselves for a big dinner of Florentine steak. Chris had found the perfect place which was recommended by the hosts of our apartment.
After lunch, we found ourselves climbing the tower beside the Duomo. We lost count of all the steps but there were a fair few. From the top of the tower, there were spectacular views of the Duomo and Florence with all its churches. Beneath the Duomo ...
... up a steep hill or two to the Boboli Gardens. These gardens are amazing and fairly large with a separate rose garden, English wood (read just trees- they obviously don't think much of our nature) and saw the numerous sculptures. Not being willing to spend hours queuing to climb the Duomo we decided that the views from this garden were probably equally spectacular anyway.
Being totally ...
... of museum touring. Bryn and Camden both loved Michelangelo's Holy Family. We had to go back again to see it! Ethan said he liked them all, but he was quite ready to leave when we were done with the tour. Back at the apartment, we had some pasta. And what would pasta be without some good gelato to follow? So back to Festival del Gelato for us. Great way to end a great day.