Hotel Paggeria Medicea
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... to protect it from the elements and put a duplicate in the same location.
We saw the Duomo, the Santa Maria Del Fiore, the 4th largest catholic church in the world. The front of it was built in the 1800's, the bell tower was built in the 1500's.
We went to the Galleria Dell' Accademia and saw the real Michelangelo's David. They don't allow pictures to be taken there. It ...
... on the opposite side of the Arno from our hotel, and saw the Uffizi from across the river, as well as the Ponte Vecchio from a distance. We also encountered some monuments and a modern sculpture of Saint John the Baptist. We were told we would see a lot of things dedicated to him all over the city, as he is in fact the city’s patron saint.
We were wined and dined that night again, which was so lovely. I got dessert this time-a ...
... called Venchi and taking in the views of the gorgeous Ponte Vecchio bridge.
We also did 2 days of day-trips. On on day, we went to Pisa and Siena (see separate entries) and on the other day, we went wine tasting which was a blast! We went wine tasting at a Chianti Classico vineyard in Tuscany and had the opportunity to learn how to make, grow, and drink some of the best wine in the world!
... at old buildings walking up to the piazzale Michelangelo which looked over the whole town. Jac was mad about the history, as was I, but I enjoyed looking at all the buildings I've jumped off to assassinate bad guys in assassins creed on my play station. It actually was amazing to see how much detail they put into games these days, I honestly felt like I was walking around in my favourite play station game haha! In started trying to blend in with crowds, jump out, put a hit ...
... to young men in all manner of attire, darting around the streets on their way to wherever.
At the beach club we park our car and make our way to Paolo's spot on the sand where he has the umbrella and sun lounges.
When our stomachs start to rumble, we head for the club's cafe but Paolo suggests a new pizza restaurant close by where he has his beach apartment. Whilst the pizza was pleasant enough, the gelato from the gelataria next door ...