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And we were off to Florence!
First stop was a spot with a panoramic view of the city, perfect for a group photo!!
Next we headed into the city, on suggestion by our tour manager Steve we headed to a small hole-in-the-wall sandwich shop, and it was damn delicious.
We had a bit of a wander, I directed Nadia so she could have a photo where it ...
... quite hard to find at home. In the town we had more gelato - now I didn't have high expectations of this place after Rome (take me back!) but it is well known for it's world award winning gelato for about the last 6 years. And for their innovation in gelato - blue cheese and walnut. Yeah they did. And yeah I did. Would I do it again? Probably not. But in a weird way I enjoyed it, in future I would prefer my blue cheese in cheese form and my gelato sweet though! I also tried ...
... thinking before or after David slew Goliath. We had a quick look through the rest of the museum… Some very old pictures but Ruby and I are not really the cultured type. I know that probably surprises you. We wandered the streets for a while and happened upon an incredibly grand cathedral, Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. We didn’t want to pay the 16 euros to look inside. We walked around Florence and looked ...
... the rich history of Italy during the Renaissance period.
In Florence I will also climb the Florence Duomo, which is a great way to get a good view of Florence as a whole, allowing me to appreciate the beauty of an aged Italian city.
This weekend I was off to Tuscany for the second time, but this adventure would take me to the capital city, Florence (Firenze). Myself, Sarah, Christina and Lexy+her roommates left our dorm at 6:30am to catch the bus. This was my earliest morning yet but well worth the lack of sleep. This trip was 3 1/2 hours so slightly longer than Montepulciano but the views along the way make it much more bearable.
We arrived in Florence and immediately ...