Tourist House Liberty
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... Clear skies add to my enjoyment - since I doubt the rain would be pleasant running down those stair cases!
A final look around and I start the descent. Because I am no longer with Louise (ie: no lift access) I have even more stairs to get down to ground level. I lost count at 400, and still there were more. Our group all met up again in the café and then we made our way to the Ponte Vecchio.
Helen was particularly keen to see this place as the last time she was here was ...
After breakfast provided by the hotel, we went to 10:30 AM mass at the Cattedrale di S. Maria del Fiore .... Otherwise known as the Duomo for it's dome. After mass, we toured the Bapistry ... Very beautiful! We were feeling energetic so decided to climb the bell tower ... I made it half way up while Keith continued to the top. The Duomo Museum is closed for restoration. We plan to return to take photos in the church ... Closed all Sunday morning ...
We rose early to finish our packing and clear out of our apartment. We then dragged our luggage the (very) short walk to our appointed water taxi pick-up that Luciano had arranged earlier in the week with his good friend Mario. While we waited, we watched the diligent citizens of Castello bring out their garbage and recycling, separating the garbage carefully to the right, the recycling to the pile on the left. This was in accordance with ...
... so my knees shook because they are terrible from dance. I think I understood a total of two words which was "Amen" and "Padre", soooo I think next time I will try and find an English speaking mass so that i can get a little more out of it but what an amazing experience!
We gave our only map to Jenna (who is really good at directions) and left the two blondes who are ...
... over Ponte Trinita into San Spirito. There are artisan workshops in this area. It is a bit hard to see in a lot of the buildings to get an idea of exactly what they are doing, but it is a nice area to walk around. We found a beautiful little cake shop and had one each for the grand total of 3.30 euro!
The rain kept on coming so we went into the Palazzo Vecchio for a second look.
It fined up enough for us to head up to Piazzale Michelangelo. it is quite ...