Castello Di Oliveto
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... a delicious meal and of course a gelato. Our guide told us about Gelateria Vivoli during the tour...he said that they may have the best pistachio he has ever had. Music to Karen's ears and you better believe I made my parents go there after our filling lunch. It was pretty great and yes...the pistachio was excellent!
We spent the rest of the last couple of hours we had doing a little shopping and exploring ...
... We went there and checked it out. Before going to Florence we heard that there are 3 hour lines to get to Uffizi Gallery and Academia Gallery without a reservation. If you want to get a reservation, you don't need to stay in line at all, but the ticket is about twice as expensive (normally 11 euros per person). There was no line, so we bought a ticket and checked it out. There were many famous paintings (like "Birth of Venus") from Michelangelo , Rubens, ...
... it with a copy to stand in its place in front of city hall.
The next morning we headed out on a walking tour of Florence's old centre, again we had the same guide we enjoyed with our David tour, very good and entertaining. We wandered the medieval streets and squares learning a lot about early Florence, its buildings and life. She ended by taking us into the Duomo. It has the third longest nave in the Catholic ...
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PS my name in French/Italian is NOEMI ;)
Well hello. I'm writing here from the comforts of Dolores's home in Florence, Italy. Yes, I am in Italy. I actually did this. It's been a little over two weeks since my feet first met European soil (European cobblestone to be more precise), and I still have a hard time believing I'm here. I've been wanting to blog since I got here but life has been busy, chaotic, fascinating, exhilarating, confusing, and amazing all at the same time. Classes started two weeks ago ...