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Ciao from Florence,
Florence is all about the parties. We got to the hotel and straight away got dressed and went out to dinner. Dinner was great, we had pasta and the best roast potatoes in the world! There was an opera singer and I danced the macarena in front of everyone!
We then went to a space disco dancing club and partied …
... went to Trattoria da Guido. The restaurant and food was nice, I ordered a spaghetti bolognese and Colleen got the gnocchi. The spaghetti I had outside the Vatican Museum, is still the best I have had in Italy so far. The gnocchi Colleen had, was the best type and cooked gnocchi in Italy so far, that I have tried. After lunch we were going to go to Accademia Gallery, but due to some technical difficulties, we will be going ...
... the lean and narrow staircase made it quite tricky. It was worth the climb as the views were spectacular and they ring one of the bells which was incredibly loud whilst you are up there. I looked around to see where Wayne was whilst it was ringing and lo and behold Sir Captain Kodak has placed himself under the massive bell to get a photo of it striking. I just pretended to not be with him lol. We caught a taxi back to the station where we had a light lunch and just managed to catch ...
... of the stalls - too hard to resist!!
We walked around all the stalls and had a sticky beak at them all. We walked outside and ate our cake. I was getting a bit sick from the seafood and meat smell.
We walked past San Lorenzo Basilica - getting photos but deciding not to bother going in.
We walked through to Piazza Della Signoria. Of course, on the way we saw many guys that sell those bags running from the cops..
We got to the Piazza. Here, I found ...
... he finally admitted that he didn't know what to do they fired him and Brunelleschi came back to work. He wanted it covered in mosaic, but he died before its completion and at the time frescoes were more popular. He had left holes in the bricks for the artisans to hang from. The paintings were created in three layers, heaven, earth and hell. The gold ball at the top was considered too simple a job for Florence's best metalworker, so he assigned it to ...