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... say the least. So let's break it down: Scenery, Food, and People. These are the 3 things that have stood out to me thus far! I am staying in Florence on a wonderfully quaint street called Via Maggio just a few blocks down from the Ponte Vecchio, the most breathtaking bridge with jewlery shops up the wazoo, following the main river through Florence. I am still trying to understand how to get around but Florence is a fairly small city so I hope to get ...
... most beautiful sights in Italy - Sunset over Florence.
It seems a bit more crowded than usual tonight, and for good reason. The MTV Europe Music Awards show is being held in Florence this weekend and there's a huge stage and bandstand set up in the piazza and a large crowd is gathered around it. While Diahann and Kaylan score a vantage point for viewing and taking pictures, Ron heads to the top of the hill ...
... some statue or other with the words on the fence saying please do not put locks on the fence. Yet the fence was covered in locks! Perhaps Italians can't read. They take absolutely no notice of no smoking signs -there are so many smokers here it is astounding and it has been really bothering us. They take no notice of pedestrian crossing signs or really any traffic sign at all, so you have to take your life in your hands to cross the road. ...
... olive oil and salt), prosciutto ham and some incredibly soft cheese. Whilst we were savouring the taste sensation we were given an introduction to the wine regulations and standards of the Chianti region. This includes the Doc-G accreditation and the Black Rooster label – both of which ensure that the bottled wine meets an excellent standard that is guaranteed. A true Sangiovese wine must have no less than 85% Sangiovese ...
... in 1944. Above the shops is the Corridoio Vasariano, a covered passageway that was built in 1565 by Vasari, its purpose was to allow the Medici family to have private access to the Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi and the Palazzo Pitti.
Day two in Florence we hopped on the bus into the city centre and embarked on a self guided walking tour. We began at the station and headed for the Basilica ...
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