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... the the free walking tour in the morning. And, they feed you at the end of the tour.
On the way back to the hostel, I found this awesome food market. I would call it '"food heaven"! There is everything from truffles to pizza to cheese to chocolate to wine tasting classes to gelato. I mean, how cool is that!?
As, I have nothing to do Saturday evening, I think I will have dinner and do the ...
... art form from the simple paintings without depth and proportion and watching the works gradually evolve. One of the most memorable was Michelangelo's painting still displayed in it’s original frame (also made by this sculpter’s hands). The sudden change in colours and human expression in his work compared to others before him were so shocking that the family who commissioned the work rejected the painting and in the end had to pay twice as ...
... in shop doorways as we scuttled back to the hotel for umbrellas.
As the weather remained threatening, entered the Basilica and Museo di Santa Croce.This is credited with being the largest Franciscan church in the world. There are 16 chapels, many with frescoes by Giotto and his pupils. Apart from magnificent interiors, among the 200 tombs are those of Michelangelo, Galileo, Michavelli ...
... for yet another day.
Waking up we decided to take a day trip to Pisa and Siena. We head to the station via the supermarket for some fruit and yoghurt for breakfast. We board our train and took the ride to Pisa. We met an Italian girl and her miniature jack russell looking dog who liked the yoghurt left over from our breakfast very much, and they kept us company on our way to Pisa. After arriving in Pisa we walked to the other end of town where the leaning tower was ...
... the sky had clouded over and after spilling my wine (twice!) I figured it was time to go home, freshen up and get some rest before I hit the galleries (early) tomorrow.
Oh and I got lost AGAIN getting back to the hotel. Its amazing how quickly the streets change. One minute I'm walking down a busy street filled with restaurants and cafes, the next minute I'm in an alley way hoping that Florence is a safe city and no-one gets mugged here. ...