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... massive dome was captivating, the sides of the church adorned with artistic mastery. I went in for the English mass around 5pm, and apparently, right after I entered, they closed the door from public access. I had to ask to get into the side chapel for mass, which the guards allowed. Mass was wonderful. I can't believe I am in Italy, attending mass at this wonderful ...
Another great walk in the morning, these hills are challenging. Then off to Radda, for a somewhat disappointing lunch, our first let down on meals. We visited a vineyard after and the owner gave us a good tip about the mid evil city of Vertine. Built in 970, it is small and charming. It was raining a bit but turned into a beautiful day. We had a coffee and went on to ...
... only spent about 30 minutes in there, but plan on going back several times, because I feel like I will see something new each time.
I really could go on for hours about Duomo, but let's just suffice it to say it is amazing. As is the entire city so far.
As of now, I am just trying to dry out, and rest up, so I can run to a grocery store and stock up on a little bit of food.
... town to the train station and caught the train back to Firenze. Back at the hostel I ran into a couple of people from the walking tour the day before and we headed out to a bar to get a drink that comes with a whole bunch of fancy tapas. I had a Bellini, which was so delicious, and then you got to eat a much as you wanted from the bar, which was filled with all of the delicious salads. We then headed to another small street side bar for another beer before heading back to the ...
... have perfected, and just relaxed under the Tuscan shade. Sigh….
We were ready to return to Firenze, and decided to take the bus back. We got to the square, and there ready for us was our carriage to return us to town. Timing is everything! The trip to Firenze took a matter of 30 to 45 minutes via the bus - again…Italian bus drivers are WAY underpaid for what they have to endure! We got off at Piazza San Marco, and walked ...