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The warm 75F weather we were promised finally arrived today, though we had to leave Florence to find it. We decided to take a day trip to the nearby town of Siena, about ninety minutes by bus from Florence. Where Florence was crowded and dirty and rainy, Siena was more open, sunny, and lovely.
When one thinks of Tuscan towns, I think …
Today is the first Sunday of the month, and that means that all national Italian museums are free! We had cleverly planned our Florence holiday to coincide both with the UK bank holiday tomorrow, and today's free museum day. Because while bank holidays are swell, free admission to expensive museums is even better!
We had done a bit of …
We arrived in Florence yesterday evening. Since yesterday was an Italian national holiday, there wasn't much to do in the early evening besides walk around Florence's many open piazzas, marvel at the Duomo, and find a tucked-away trattoria for dinner.
I'm going to stop right here and say that I am that person who doesn't love Italian food …
Our trip today took us from the hostel in Milan to the Vespa museum, about 40 minutes west of Florence (John will write about this in another entry), to our accommodation in Campi Bisenzio, which is a township just west of Florence.
Our hotel was hard to find, but well worth it once we got there. It's located on a piazza (a small square/ …
... in this time. The one we did go in however is called the Santa Maria Del Fiore which is also known as Piazza del Duomo built in 1436 only taking 150 years to complete. Ha. The roof on the inside was painted by Giorgio Vasari and Federico Zuccari. If you looked straight up to the centre of the dome it was painted as heaven and as you looked out towards the outside of the dome it was the battle between heaven and hell, leaving hell to the outer side. It ...