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... Apparently four Catholic Popes came from the Medici family, the most from any family in the history of the world. The Medici left their mark all over Florence, including many of the huge old buildings. The Town Hall used to be their house, and the Uffizi Gallery was where they built their work offices. They were also major patrons of the arts, and commissioned many iconic artworks. Michelangelo was adopted by the Medici when he was a boy, and was commissioned to do many pieces ...
... of the Boulevardier, which we so enjoy to drink at home. Our server brings them along with the huge green olives (SO GOOD) and potato chips, which I SWEAR are dipped in crack, because we just can’t stop eating them (or, maybe they’re Lays? Who Knows)! So the waiter comes back and asks us if we like the drinks – the bartender is curious. We share our love for them and mention the Boulevardier. He goes back ...
... rather scarily left his man-bag at the breakfast and had to rush back to thankfully find it still never the table. He would have lost passport, money and credit cards and hotel room key .. but other than that we were OK !?! The crazy thing was this happened not long after Richard asked for a photo of him with his man-bag as he was doing so well with it!! Sue got to spend a few hours browsing the leather market, where she quite successfully found some of the items she ...
Today we left Rome behind and jumped on the train to Florence. Which took us through the hills of Tuscany then into the city. After finding the Bed and Breakfast we unpacked and headed out onto the streets. We saw a park with a large Fountain and pond as we were walking into the city, along with a market place that took up about three streets next to where we had lunch. After eating we continued to walk back by the train station and by a gigantic church ( the Duomo) ...
... leaning tower of Pisa(please read next entry).
We arrived back in Florence and quickly rested before going out. We walked down to the river Arno through Ponte Vecchio which is the most famous bridge in Florence and is now full of jewelery shops.
We then walked through the beautiful streets of Florence taking in the various sites of interest before arriving at the truly magnificent Duomo. It was easily one of the biggest and impressive looking cathedrals which look ...