Torre Di Bellosguardo
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... Andrew had tripe with a white bean side and I had little pillows of ricotta and lemon yummy-ness. So simple and so delicious. We ❤ Italian food!
Today we went to visit to Palazzo Vecchio but they had an early closing so instead we wandered over to Pitti Palace. Pitti Palace, which was formerly the residence of the grand-dukes of Tuscany and later of the King of Italy, now houses collections of paintings and sculpture, works of art, porcelain and ...
Today was a weird one. We took Jim and Bernice to the airport in Florence, said our goodbyes and the watched the wheels completely fall off the day. It was 32 degrees and humid. We couldn't figure out the airport parking. Once that was sorted we tried to get a ticket for the shuttle bus into Florence. No thanks to the surly person at the information desk. When we got to Florence at long last we had to queue up again at information to try to ...
... afternoon I'd been to the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, poked my head inside the Palazzo Vecchio, sauntered down the Uffuzi Gallery's plaza, spotted the copy of Michelangelo's David and nearly gotten pick-pocketed by a gypsy child.
The next day I was a little more focussed and went straight to the Medici Chapel which was superb. Their library was just incredible, with a number of old texts in Latin with silly illustrations in the margins pointing out interesting ...
... for a view and came home and crashed. My feet are KILLING me! Blisters everywhere and just really sore from constant walking. Florence was nice but I think 2 days would be plenty to explore the city. On the second day, Daniel had left, so my one good friend was gone and all of the new people in the hostel were couples (all completely nice but it made me really want some company of my own). That morning when I woke up I felt so homesick. I wanted to see my friends, ...
... people were either buried there or had memorials. Galileo, Machiavelli, Dante and Rossini are there and there were also memorials to Enrico Fermi and Marconi. Had a lovely meal in a small restaurant across the Arno. We had tried to get in last night but it was full. I had liver and white beans. Cooked perfectly but couldn't heck think of Hannibal Lector. Or did he have brains? Anyway they have those on the menu as ...