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We started our adventure first thing in the morning at the Accademia to see David of course. With the Firenze card, you get in the short reservation line and head right in. Luckily we were ahead of most of the tour groups so we were able to turn the corner and see the amazing David masterpiece without the crowds. First you walk through some of Michelangelo's unfinished pieces. And then you stand and just gaze at the huge marble statue. I still can't ...
... and with detours and deviations in place as well as rainy skies, couldn't make it into campground number 1, so we settled for second best, Camping Michelangelo, which happened to be a pretty **** alternative! (Not quite as bad as Modena, but equally as expensive)
Not wanting to stay for another day on our muddy, sloping site, we packed up on Monday morning and heading back to the campground across town, hoping for a slightly better spot. With the day ...
Driving through the Tuscan country side. The fields are yellow again but this time its the sunflowers not the rapeseed or mustard flowers. The weather is different too; instead of the low teens like it was in France it's 30 to 35 with afternoon storms for the last week. Our first stop is Volterra an old Etruscan town going back to the 1st Century B.C. built yet again on top of a hill. During the 5th century it was a bishops residence and later on it ...
... that was built by Giorgio Vasari in 1560 for Cosimo I de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Uffizzi means office in Italian. He meant to keep it as an office and keep it as a place for the Medicci art collection. Artist gathered there for beauty, for work and for recreation. The usual wait for the Uffizzi is 5 hours. But since we bought our ticket online we went right through. My Dad and I meandered through the many halls that held the works of da ...
... in the local Florentine dialect. It was about 0.8 kM from the hotel, but not a difficult walk. I found the restaurant in a deserted back alley, and got in right at opening time (19:30). Two young girls from the U.S. entered right after me, and were seated beside me. Before long the restaurant filled to capacity, mostly with Rick Steves readers although there were a few Italians there as well.
I decided to try the fixed price tourist menu ...