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... Piazza Sant Croce (one of the many Florence Squares) and met our guide who spoke very good English. In fact she has been the best yet and showed us around the Florence giving us the history and tips of the town. It was very interesting and the tour lasted 90 minutes.
The third largest Church in the World is in Florence and it is huge. The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church of ...
... and chocolate shop. We will have to return in the cooler weather to sample the hot chocolate, but the gelato was the best we have had yet. Thérèse thoroughly enjoyed the Aztec chocolate, a very dark, rich chocolate along with a hazelnut chocolate, she just picked what looked good. Bridget had lemon and strawberry gelato; it was so creamy and refreshing!
We continued our journey down Piazza del Mercato Nuovo, browsing in the windows at all ...
... Along with many other buildings in Italy, Le Murate Caffè Letterario has a long an interesting history. Built in 1424 it was originally the Santissima Annunziata alle Murate and Santa Caterina convent for the Benedictine nuns and then during the French occupation of Tuscany it became a jail in 1845 where it remained that way until 1985. So this is the place that I got the chance to relax and ...
... Since we couldn't really stay in the apartment, we decided to start our Florence sightseeing. First, we headed to the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (aka. the Florence Duomo) by way of Santa Maria Novella square. Accidentally, we ended up at San Lorenzo church first, and thought about going in, but we found we needed a ticket so, we continued on to the Duomo.
Arriving at the Duomo was a bit of a shock to the ...
... Verona and walked around. The park and ancient roman building were beautiful. Then I made my way to Juliet's house where there is a statue of Juliet. When I got there it was packed out with scores of people lining up to touch Juliet's breast, as this is supposed to give you good luck in love and generally. So fingers crossed this is true for me :) you may have seen Letter's to Juliet, the movie. It's a chick flick, so I've definitely seen it :) and people write letters to ...