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A more leisurely start to this day on which we wanted to explore things on the other side of the Arno. After crossing the Ponte Vecchio we said hello to the friendly shopkeeper who sold us the leather jacket and he suggested that on such a sunny day we should walk to the Piazzale Michelangelo to take in the view. We followed his directions through the streets, parks and more steep steps and were delighted by ...
... the machine takes about an hour to do one load! So, after settling in, Monica was here to greet me, I went off walking. I walked back to the station bcause I knew they sold maps...Monica said they didn't have any more (??). Then I stumbled upon the Tourist Info place, got a couple more maps, then started walking. I headed to the Fortezza da Basso and from them, I walked over to Piazza San Marco (from hence my tour starts tomorrow) ...
... The Duomo” – from up top.
For a little break from the Renaissance, we took a short stroll back to the river and went to the Galileo Museum. Pretty amazing, especially if you happen to be science and math teachers! And the girls are missing space and electricity units in their science classes at school, so it worked out perfectly. The museum was filled with lots of really interesting scientific artifacts; it’s baffling to ...
2. The Truly Secret Bakery - Santa Croce
-Via de' Macci. This bakery door is covered by caged bars, so just wave your hand and they will let you in to order these amazing confections. Facing Santa Croce, take the street directly to the left of the church and make the third left onto Via de' Macci. The bakery will be on your left.
3. The Family Bakery - Santa Croce
-Facing Santa Croce, take the street directly ...
... We are now back in Florence and resting up a bit before we head out for the evening. We went for a short walk..looking in the windows, checking out the fashions and enjoying the action at piazza repubblica. Supper was lots of leftover cheese, salamie, procuitto, olives and olive oil....oh and a very tasty fig! Last day tomorrow for Mark and Ann...going to try to fit lots of things into one ...