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... more they had tickets! I saw one entrance which declared it was only for quiet prayer or Mass. That'll do me I thought but as I opened the door there was a rope across and a security guard barring my way. I finally worked out that I could get tickets at the Campanile so I stood in the line for awhile. Then I got a bit closer and could read a sign warning that there were no lifts inside and 414 steps to the top. Since I've been puffing when I climb the three flights to my ...
... to find I was the first and only person there. Even the guard smiled 'yep all yours for a few minutes' Spent a while looking at the 12th century mosaics, the devil devouring florentine souls is particularly nice "oh no not souls for tea again"... The outside is all under scaffolding, I think the Italians just sheet stuff up so that you have to come back. The cathedral is a confection of ...
Arrived at the birthplace of the renaissance today: Florence. Easy train from siena and an easy walk to my hostel in the middle of town. Dropped off my bag and went out to explore.
I hadn't realised but the two big galleries here often have huge queues and my guidebook advised booking ahead to get in without too much waiting. So that changed my plans for the afternoon slightly. Took a stroll around the duomo after getting some takeaway pasta ...
... a slow day inside lots of museums, which it was, but that was after we got lost. We ended up exploring nearly most of the city before we figured out that we’d best look at a map. It was fun though, and we looked through loads of markets again. It was a good day, and ended really well. We went to Uffizi Gallery, Accadamia Gallery, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio. Florence really was one of, if not the, best placed ...
... coffee was typical for Italy -- strong enough to paint with. Jan figured out that it was much more palatable if we added hot water to it. Our host David was very patient with us to help us with planning and directions. Our first night there we tried a bottle of their house wine (red) with dinner. The food was very good, but Jan wasn't too thrilled with the wine. We turned in early that night cause we'd have to get up early for our Florence ...