Ridolfi Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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Today I got up early and got a breakfast from the hostel. Once I was ready I walked to the bus station where I then got on the bus to go to Florence. It took around 4 hours to get to but the scenery was amazing as it showed the Italian country side. I arrived and made my way to the hostel. It was quite a long walk but it got there no problems and prepared to stay in my last four night ...
... opportunity to travel and how amazing the whole experience has been, I can safely say that I have had the time of my life and I can’t wait to start planning my next adventure! As it’s our last night we decided to go all out and ordered food along with more drinks and just enjoyed the whole atmosphere around us.
Walking back to the hostel I decided I wanted to go a different way and for some unknown reason, Sophie agreed ...
... opposite the train station, we headed there...secondly...after the wife stopped to by more shoes! Why I had previously overlooked this magnificent church is now beyond me. It is home to works by Renaissance legends such as Duccio, Giotto, Ghirlandaio, Paolo Uccello, and Donatello. The cloisters are covered with faded frescoes which were irreparably damaged during the 1966 floods, almost immediately after major restoration works were completed. Nature can be so cruel, and ...
... so we could get back.
We began to see familiar sites and knew we could not only make our way back to the hostel from here, but we could also return to restaurant in an hour or so when we wanted dinner. Back at the hostel, we got off of our feet, did a little checking in, and caught our breath. It didn’t take too long to feel like we could hit the streets again.
Back to the restaurant for dinner and there were a few diners but we had no trouble getting ...
... the sunset setting on the red rooftops of Florence was spectacular.
We took off for Il Itini's, a restaurant known for its Florentine steaks. The two mile walk led us to a closed restaurant! If you are ever in Florence, please be aware that many restaurants close early or are closed all day on Sunday and Monday! We were a little bummed but ended up walking back towards the Duomo and scored a table literally right in front of it. Again, ...