Ostello Gallo d'Oro
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... two minute walk home. Today also marked exactly seven days left of holidays! Sad face. We are already talking about plans for our next holiday, hopefully New York next year. Luckily when we get back home, spring and daylight saving is not too far off. I have also decided, after having eaten all this fresh pasta, that I will buy a pasta machine (after I get my ...
... religious works although they do have about 80 Russian icons.
Tiring of the artistic efforts we left & went looking for a handbag for Jane in about 10 shops before giving in & setting off for the Duomo, which was rather a disappointment internally & then a church of the Holy Spirit, on the other side of the river, which naturally was closed. Jane urged that we should wait until 4pm & was right as ever as it opened & it was well worth ...
... by a guide from ArtViva, was an absolutely enthralling blend of history, architecture, fresh air, fascinating stories, and exercise. It included Orsanmichele and Santa Trinita churches, Santa Maria dei Fiore Cathedral (the Duomo), the Piazza della Signoria (Florence's city center), and the Ponte Vecchio bridge over the Arno River. The Uffizi tour was highlighted by works ...
... River Arno, Uffizi, and more.
What I noticed about Florence was the over-kill of statues and sculptures. Within the piazza where the statue of David lives, there was probable 30 more sculptures, everywhere!
After lunch we headed for the town of Pisa. Pisa finally checked off the bucket list! Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles) houses 5 buildings. The New Hospital of Holy Spirit, Campo Santo the cemetary, the ...
... br> The Ponte Vecchio is an interesting bridge, lined across both sides with gold & silver shops. Jewellery of every description, you didn't need light, as the bling was so bright!
The leather market was great - I wanted to buy everything, but alas it won't fit in my bag.
Lastly, we walked the long, long, long very steep climb from Ponte Vecchio to Piazzale Michelangelo, just as well the view ...