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... ruins of the previous church! We then went and climbed up the bell tower! It was such a worse climb than the duomo. The stairs were so uneven and hard to walk on! Thank goodness there were three levels where we were able to sit and rest before walking up the next flight of stairs! It was another amazing view! I liked the view from the dome because it was an amazing view of the city, but the bell tower had an amazing view of the dome! After we all ...
... locals and tourists to arrive. €10 got us a large glass, a wine glass holder that went around the neck and 7 tastings. The wine growers aren’t shy with the pour either and we had to pace ourselves over about 6 hours before we caught the bus home at 7pm.
The proceedings are civilised, unlike the Sunday session type atmosphere that we get at home. No one was drunk or disorderly (ok, they might have been drunk, but no one was loud or obnoxious ...
... people, comfortably aware of their
role in the daily cycle of the city, whether it be tourist, waiter, shopkeeper
or police officer.
There is, however, a slight sense of taking-it-for-granted
growing within me towards the place. I’ve seen it before – the packed city
squares, the dark streets, the looming churches – but it’s all been at a
superficial, external level. This time, however, I ...
... sections detailing the advances of mathematics, astronomy, time keeping, cartography and medicine over the past 500 years. Our second day in the Tuscan capital started with a visit to Il Duomo, an ornate, gothic cathedral, started in the late 13th century. After a suitably Italian lasagne/pizza lunch out (and a welcome break from our usual packed ham and cheese roll menu), we visited the spectacular Palazzo Vecchio- previous home to the Medici dynasty, the United ...
... finally arriving back in Florence. Because of this, the few other stops we had planned didn't exactly work. So instead, we headed up to Palazzo di Michelangelo, a look out on the other side of the Arno River, for city-scape pics. WOW!!! This place was gorgeous. You can see all of the city from there. After another thirty minutes of pics, we headed back down to town for dinner. We ended up in ...