Villa dei Bosconi
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... and over Florence. We found the campsite and set up camp, still trying to dry out our things from the rain in Slovenia. We then got a shuttle bus from the campsite into Fiesole and caught a bus to Florence. We walked from the top of the city to the bottom, seeing churches and squares and museums. There were so many tourists in the Piazza del Duomo that you could hardly move in places. The Duomo (Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore) is one of the worlds largest cathedrals and ...
... on buying for me :-) Honestly, when you put a group of 5 women together and place them in the middle of a city known for its shopping, you know that there will be trouble. We definitely got a lot of good deals and in the process, one of us got lost in the crowd. lol Luckily, we found our way back to each other AND got more shopping done. I was able to grab an italian leather jacket for under 150 euros. Out of all the markets we visited, this was the only ...
... as was everyone, then we walked around the adjacent building. to our amazement there,s a quite ornate and beautiful church therethat deserves more attention than the tower built by a dodgy italian builder.
back to florence by train and time for a siesta.
after a nice rest in the aircon of our room, it was time to challenge the "best" gelato, vitoli, with another shop, grom. all gluten free, full marks so far, ...
... of false alarms where we were told a train may or may not leave from a certain platform. Off we would go with our luggage, up all those stairs and wait on a platform and then SOP would go up on the departure board which meant it was cancelled. Then we would hear it may go from another platform and same again. We returned to Maccas at one stage and then heard another train may leave and it did!!! ...
... 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 ...