Le Tre Perle B&B
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... it has been raining. Amazing how many street vendors suddenly appeared selling umbrellas! Walking along we pass by the Duomo and notice that the queue is gone, so we take the opportunity and walk straight in. This Duomo is impressive with very high ceilings and huge detailed columns. But overall, it is nowhere as ornate as many others. The dome is amazing with it's paintings. We decided to try to find the Piazalle Michelangelo by bus. Buying a ticket was ...
... looked like a big parking lot and were met by little trains that took us through the streets to the area of the tower. Very cute! The tower was amazing, but really, after 20 minutes we'd seen all we could see, including a lot of tourists trying to look like they were holding it up or pushing it over! We were glad we hadn't made the long trip there just to see the tower, but at the same time it was great to see it. We wandered off and got ...
Currently I'm sitting in the villa my parents rented for the week in Tuscany. We are not in Siena, we are not in Colle di Val d'Elsa, we are not in Staggia, and we are not in Fontana.......we are in the middle of a cornfield in the middle of nowhere. And it is exactly where I want to be. It's quiet, it's quaint, and it's definitely Tuscan. After the whirlwind days we've been having traveling all over, relaxing here with a glass of wine is well-deserved.
Today is our last full day in Florence. Tomorrow we head off in the train to Rome for 4 days. Weather on our trip so far (nearly a week into our adventure) has been superb - a little too warm for Scott sometimes (he blames it on his thyroid).
Sunday morning was spent visiting Accademia to view Michelangelo's "David" (and other sculptures). This is truly a magnificent work, larger than life size at about 5 metres high. It is ...
... as to why it was the best sunset ever!
I have to say I recommend the long hike up to Piazzale Michelangelo! Overlooking the city is so beautiful and breathtaking! Definitely a sight that will be forever engraved in your brain!
So what's next on our itinerary? Wine tasting in the Chianti region! Another must while in Tuscany! Stay tuned to read our wine tasting adventures!