Quercia al Poggio
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... to the Baptistry and had fun trying to figure out "which door in the entry". You do that a lot in Italy! We enjoyed the beauty of the Baptistry but it got crowded very quickly. Danielle needed a little nap since she didn't sleep well the night before. The heat and crowds (plus the Duomo) climb can make anyone cranky. So while she napped, I sat outside at a cafe right next to the hotel and sipped a cappuccino. Best thing was I could still use the ...
This morning I could actually sleep in for once and when I woke up I took the parents on a tour of Florence! We started out at the Duomo! I made them climb the 406 stairs all the way to the top! This was my second time doing it, so I at least knew what to expect! We then toured the Duomo, the Crypt, and also the Baptistery. We then went for lunch at the Oil Shoppe, which is one of the ...
... you would never think so to look at it. The three of us bought some lunch items to share at a supermarket right around the corner from our hotel, and ate on our balcony. After lunch, we went down to the Arno River, which offered some beautiful views despite the heat. When we returned we met our fourth roommate, Jory, shortly before we were due to meet our program staff and the rest of the students.
We met up at 5:00 (or 17:00, as I'm meant ...
Tuesday 30 April - Day 7
Before breakfast we walked to park across other side of the river from where we are staying. I was expecting a traditional food market but it had a few stalls of fruit, veg and deli goods and most of the rest was junky clothes, shoes and other stuff. The stalls meander through a beautiful park that runs alongside the river. We walked about 2km there and back.
Mid morning Maddie. Jack and ...
... day." While I will share many photos of sites that inspired me, I will have to admit I am not a detailed historian so please forgive the lack of specificity for names and dates and simply enjoy Florence through my eyes. We participated in a morning city walking tour and then a tour of the highlights of the Uffizi Museum. The walking tour at least gave us more of a sense of the layout of Florence. Lots of churches, piazzas and stores. ...