UNA Hotel Vittoria
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... Haha. Needless to say by the end of the visit one of the highlights for him was that he had counted around 64 baby Jesus's and was happy to be able to say "see what I mean"; as he had visited the gallery when in Florence a few years ago and had his tour group laughing with his comments of..."if I see one more baby Jesus"!
The gallery itself is amazing given that it was first opened to the public in the early 1700's and holds so ...
... and to go and enjoy the Statue. It took us over 2 hours at the laundromat to finish 7 people's laundry and all we were doing was sitting down watching the people! An American couple in the laundrymat said happily "you can't buy this sort of experience" .... so true! Haha I don't even want it for free! We return to the room exhausted; freshened up and went for a walk to The Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Fiore which is very impressive and so big! There are people everywhere ...
... they did not have any, imagine a Pub with No Beer.
After a big lunch, we went to the bus and drive for about an hour to the Leaning Tower of Pisa which is pone of a number of a number of monuments in an area called the Miracle Square.
We were dropped off and essentially were on our own for about an hour. You could spend a lot of time there of you went in to each of the places but we did not, more to take photos. It was interesting that the Leaning Tower ...
... few recognizable pieces, as well as some works by the Italian Renaissance masters, but what was most interesting to me personally was the architecture. The building was gorgeous. The kids couldn’t care less about any of it, and before we left the first room, they were begging for our phones. And thus we see the beginning of the end of Western Civilization as we descend into a new dark age.
To be fair, the kids were probably ...
... He did a wonderful job of introducing us to Florence and showing us the best places to eat and go to on the map. Unfortunately, I was not going to enjoy and appreciate Florence until this problem was solved. Luckily, our prayers were answered. Before the first night which I had mentioned I had slept terribly, Enrico found us a hotel through a friend of a friend for the next night. Bonus: It was only a few blocks away from our current B&B. Enrico was so helpful, he booked the ...