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... that ran the whole length of the building were less crowded, full of sculptures and beautiful. From these you could look out over the city.
We headed over the Ponte Vecchio and saw all the gold shops. There is some lovely jewellery here. We were heading to the Boboli Gardens in Pitti Palace as a good place to rest for a while. And it was, after we had climbed to the top of the hill. It is very steep, we saw a little old Nonna literally being pushed from behind and helped ...
City girl's voyage into the country, take two! When I read that excursion would be to an organic farm I pictured rolling hills full of organically grown produce with farm animals frolicking in pastures. So naturally I was surprised when we pulled up to what appeared to be a supermarket of some sort with a factory next door. Obviously I did not follow through with my "do some research on a city before you visit it" plan.
Il Fortato dal Mugello is an organic farm where 65 ...
... impressive! We walked around and were able to go into a few buildings and ended up in front of the Duomo, where we stopped for a drink. In Italy it isn't considered appropriate to just have a drink, and when you order something you receive snacks for free. It is called aperitivo and it's awesome. After we finished taking in the perfect sight for a late night drink we went back to the hotel to gear up for our first full day in Florence.
... so many!!!
We were happy to wander as it was now 6pm. Italy has beautiful fashion and I was admiring an outfit in a window and looked down at the pricing and it was approx a 6000 euro outfit!!!!!! Discovered it was a Chanel shop. There are beautiful clothes in al the shop windows.
It is one beautiful street after ...
... meal I
have had in Italy yet.
entire meal Patricio was telling us his passion for this beautiful city
and he really enjoyed how excited and appreciative and aspiring we are
towards it. It amazes us how people can walk by the Duomo and Baptismal
and not even look up at it while we are all almost tripping on the
cobble stone because we are always looking ...