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Wednesday 8 October 2014
By the time we arrived in Florence almost 2hr trip we knew our way to the waiting taxis having been in Florence before. We arrived at our Hotel Arizona, about 1.5km from the station, very close to piazza, Uffizzi museum , statue of David and great eateries.
We checked in and only had one hour before …
Thursday 20 November 2014
Of course this day had to come but we found it hard to believe that our six wonderful weeks in Panicale has ended.
We woke early this morning at our planned time 6am. We showered, dressed and after final items were packed, Phil loaded the luggage in our little Fiat. I did final clean up of the villa and …
... up and down at the same time. The climb was worth it though, to stand on top of Florence.
Sunday our group that had a negotiation got together at Giardino di Bobili and had a picnic which was really nice despite the heat. It made for a pretty relaxing day overall. Including another visit to the crepe place, which we have been to so many times they know our order as soon as we walk in.
Monday we took a private tour of Palazzo Vecchio, ...
... throughout the rest of the museum, which had a huge range of sculptures and other art works on display as well as a wing dedicated to historic musical instruments – including some of the world’s first pianos. Very cool.
Also of note were visits to the Duomo (very impressive from the outside, more-so that the inside in my opinion) including a climb up to the very top cupola for a couple of snaps (for which I believe we ...
... style, size etc. There are some pretty incredible figures which used to be on the cathedral itself, but were moved for safekeeping or various other reasons. They also had a perfect model of the dome carved out of wood as well as an exhibit of the tools and method used to construct it. Ever since climbing it 4 years ago, I've had a soft spot for Brunelleschi's most famous accomplishment. But it was cool to learn more about it! However, I must admit my favorite piece was ...