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... a few months ago if we wanted to walk through the corridor back to town.
The Pitti Palace was next on our list so instead of crossing back to town we turned left up the hill to the palace. The palace is full of royal apartments, galleries of costumes, silverware, rooms of furniture and seemingly endless royal possessions.
We came for the Galleria Palatina which has one of ...
... and Palazzo Vecchio so that the Medicis and high dignitaries at the time could pass between their two palaces without the need to go outside and mingle with the commoners. Inside is covered in artwork - it is possible to organise tours to walk a small section of the corridor, this would have been quite cool, however we didn't really have time. Through a couple more small streets, this time lined with a random eclectic mix of small cafés and independent clothes ...
... time to see it on Friday. So as our train wasn't leaving until 10:15 we tried to squeeze the Colosseum in between 8:30 & 9:30.
That's right, a building so colossal its a Colosseum, one of the largest man made edifices of the ancient world, in an hour. I really don't think that the grandeur of the building can be appreciated at a jog, but I still thought it was pretty damn amazing.
I guess that's another one on the "must ...
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... back streets and residential areas, which was amazing. When we reached the bus area, there was a small park with beautiful views across the nearby valleys. It was hard to get on the bus with such a fabulous backdrop distracting us.
We made our way back to the hotel to freshen up once again, before venturing out on our own for dinner. The shops are open late every night, so we had to look in them along the way too!!
Ciao for now.