Hotel Villa Azalee
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... Occasionally, we would cross paths with an English speaking guided tour and eaves drop a bit to get more of the color behind the story.
After making your way around the horn so to speak, you reach a cafeteria near the famous first century statue of the boar and we decided to take a short break for a late breakfast/early lunch. We used this time to fill up our tanks, peruse our handy guide book, and chat about our plans ...
... family in 1549 and became the primary residence of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. After the Medici family lost power in 1737, other rulers of Florence used the palazzo as a residence including Napoleon. The first "remodel" occurred in 1560, when the palazzo was widened. Many other changes were made over the centuries. The current palazzo is 32,000 square meters.
The first gallery we visited was the "Treasury." The information at the beginning of the ...
... in Croatia.
The big Boboli Gardens was certainly big!!! It was a formal garden built around the an old town fortress and fronted by the Palazzo Pitti, a home of a ruling and very wealthy family…the Medici family in 1549.
We walked through the gardens which involved a walk up to a hill overlooking the city. The views and the garden was ...
... food before hand at a bar. Then made our way to the other side of the river to meet her. It was really good seeing her, it was nice to catch up with her and hear what she has been doing. After lunch, she brought us around and showed us some of her favorite gelato and bakeries. Then brought us the the leather market because we had been hearing about it since we got to Florence and wanted to see what it was, but it ended up being like the market that happened to be right outside of ...
... and just high on life.
Headed to the Galileo museum but turned out it was closed. Decided to cross the Ponte Vecchio. This bridge used to be lined with butcher shops many years ago. Today it's packed with jewelers. Blinded by the bling I made my way up the hill to Palazzo Michelangelo. Found the other replica of David. The view from here is perfect. You can see the whole town. Took some pics and headed to a church and cemetery further up the hill. The ...