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Enter Tuscany and arrive in Pisa to marvel at the legendary Leaning Tower. Take your pictures pushing back the tower before continuing to Florence, the “Cradle of the Renaissance.” This evening, an optional dinner outing is your chance to try out Tuscan specialties.
Basically you can split Italy in two
North - Florence & up
Wear helmets on the motorbike
South- Rome ...
Finally reaching the top of the stairs and looking at the view over Florence I knew this had to be the place. When we walked across the Ponte vecchio bridge earlier, it didn't feel romantic enough as it seemed much more touristy and was bustling with gold and silver shops. After viewing the bridge from a distance, I knew that it was better to have the bridge in the picture than pictures on it. I knew that this viewing spot got rather busy during ...
... some gelato (or for gelato and then some dinner!) and now are calling it a night. Our hotel is right off the square (Piazza della Repubblica) and there is bustling activity all around and music flowing in through our open windows. Somehow I think we will still be able to sleep after our long day traveling. Today's gelato flavors: Colleen--hazelnut (nocciola) Chris--mint ...
... looked proportional. After seeing The David, we went to the Medici Palace. The Medici family is the family who started the renaissance! So you can only imagine how beautiful their palace was. After the palace, we had lunch- pizza of course- and then we adventured around Florence. We went to shops, and walked around, and went to many museums. The museums did get boring after a ...
... of the book takes place in the mesmerizing Firenze. The novel is rife with art history, science, conspiracy, and context around the power of the Medici family. The novel also encompasses the works of Bottecelli and Michelangelo, the architecture of the Duomo, and of course, the writings of Dante Alighieri. Fully aware the book's marketing worked on me, I was really excited to visit Florence.
At this point in the trip, we had not visited many museums. It's ...