Ridolfi Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... parade moving over the old bridge. Now Italians are known to celebrate almost anything, always seeming to look for any excuse to dress in medieval costumes and march through town. We would meet up with this particular celebration at several times during the day. We first heard it and saw it on the bridge, from there it traveled literally right past our front door, which kept us trapped inside for a while and we were caught behind it one more ...
VALENTINES DAY! So I feel like I should write a whole entry just for Valentines day because I actually had such an amazing day! I spent the day with my friend Natalie! We woke up at a decent time in the morning and decided to get lunch at Al'Antico Vinaio, our favorite sandwich place! Everyone else had their own things to do, a bunch Shelby's ...
... from the school she works at came over and chatted with us for a while and she was soooo sweet! After that I got a delicious sandwich from my favorite place and went to meet renae, katelyn and Sarah h. at the Uffizi Museum. It was so cool but sooooo long and ...
... Andrew had tripe with a white bean side and I had little pillows of ricotta and lemon yummy-ness. So simple and so delicious. We ❤ Italian food!
Today we went to visit to Palazzo Vecchio but they had an early closing so instead we wandered over to Pitti Palace. Pitti Palace, which was formerly the residence of the grand-dukes of Tuscany and later of the King of Italy, now houses collections of paintings and sculpture, works of art, porcelain and ...
... of the cathedral dome).
The gigantic hexagonal dome is over the altar within the cathedral. It is the largest masonary dome in the world, and built without temporary wooden supporting frames. No mean feat.
It is 463 steps to the top.
Yes. We did.
The view over Florence was impressive, and it was fun locating the various piazzas, museums and churches, including Chisea di San Miniato al Monte, we had previously been ...