Soggiorno la Pergola
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... we obviously still had to get gelato. The next day we met with Taylor!!! She brought us to La Milkeria for breakfast and we all got fruit and nutella crepes..they didn't compare to Brussels but they were still super amazing. Then Taylor had to go to class so she lead us in the direction of the Central Market where we spent hours looking at different stands that sold leather bags, wallets, coin purses, and belts as well as scarves ...
... although a little too cold) and fantastic pastries.
Reinvigorated, we headed to the Cupola del Brunelleschi (Florence Cathedral). Walked through the usual narrow Italian streets. Came across a flea market but mostly selling junk.
I have broken the blog entry into 2 bits with the second bit with pictures of the cupola, so that its easier to digest.
... been extracting for over 2000 years. In the past the floors of buildings were made of marble because it was actually cheaper than wood, That's no longer the case and the marble is now mostly used for counter tops and such. Out 'treat' today is Venchi Ripieno Gianduja (that's probably wrong but I wrote it on the bus and now I can't read my own handwriting), which was created during a time when cocoa was scarce so they ground up hazelnuts to ...
... window we decided it was probably time to step away from the shops before we spent the budget. Natural to console ourselves we bought an ice cream. Possibly the largest two shops of ice cream ever bought and whilst initially it was supposed to be a quick snack it ended up being our lunch as we just couldn't cope. It'll be a while until I can eat ice cream again I think (although not sure Freya will experience the same problem). We walked of the ice cream by heading to the ...
... very much the amateurs, we went the wrong way down one way streets and the wrong direction around roundabouts. With me laughing at Jono's poor riding skills and noisy rattling bike, I took the lead as we headed off to find the large park on our map. Across rough cobbles we followed the river to where we assumed we could enter the park. After riding about half an hour, we couldn't find the entrance and got lost heading up a hill in the wrong direction. Having given up on the ...