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... arriving at around 10.15am) is vast but without the ornate detailing of the outside. The museum is unfortunately closed until 2015 so we missed out on this, and the crypt of Santa reparata is underwhelming to see but interesting to know about- it is remains of the original church built in the 4th century, over which the cathedral was built in the 1300's. The last historical site in this area is ...
... to my trip to download Rick Steve's audio guides as I toured through these museums. I shared that tip with the ladies, so we were all prepared with our audio guides dowloaded to our iPhones and iPads. It was a great way to have a private guide walk us through these museums and give us an appreciation for what we were looking at. What a difference! All of a sudden I felt a profound interest and appreciation for everything I was looking at because I understood ...
... in the museum. We finally made our way back to the Hotel California and checked in. Many rooms have views of the famous duomo. No one had the energy to climb the tower to get a view from the top! We had two meals today that were set meals that included a pasta starter, a meat dish with fries and salad and a dessert. So yummy but oh so much pasta ...
... in back of me will just shove me aside and give that annoyed sound, "MY knee's hurt to but you don't see me being slow and taking up our time" My knee hurt so bad today after 3 days of hard walking I couldn't even go any farther when we got to the Vatican, so I told them to go ahead. I saw what I wanted, that's all that matters to me. I later found out I was supposedly making them not see what they had planned. WRONG, I told them ...
... which are
also available for purchase). After lunch you will visit San
Gimignano where you can roam the maze of cobbled streets and small
squares, grab a gelato and walk between San Gimignano's famous 14
towers. Your final stop is Pisa, where you can take an up-close
inspection of The Leaning Tower, view the Cathedral, the Baptistery and
monumental Cemetery in Pisa before venturing back to Florence where your
full-day tour concludes.and we ...