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... who had her apartment just 10 minutes from the train station and within walking distance of all sights. Our room was nice and clean and even had its private bath room. The only negative thing to mention was the 5 story climb we had to do several times a day. (Hazel: It's a whooping 6 storeys up! In Singaporean standards)
After a short rest we started to explore the city. One of the many beautiful things about Florence is that virtually all sights ...
... de Mercato Centrale. It's in the not-so-pleasant part of the city and maintains the usual atmosphere of marketers and would-be entrepreneurs trying to sell you those amazing gold watches ! Buyer be-ware ! However, it is true – the leather bags, jackets, belts, purses etc are amazing value, and most of them are the real deal. If only I was a little more cashed up.
Today was a day of discovering things along our way, with map in ...
... that became a kaleidoscope of beauty on the palace walls.
I walked through the Oltrarno ("across the Arno") neighborhood today, and since the Pitti Palace was sitting right there, I decided to venture in.
It is hard to express how many of the world's masterpieces lie within the confines of the City of Florence. The museums in the city's center are astonishing enough. But then there are masterpieces hung above the altars of ...
... and managed to unlock the rather troublesome door to our apartment, the sun was a little higher than expected but I did manage to get some wonderful shots over the valleys as the mist was still hanging around and the golden rays of the sun were shining through.
Though we have very much loved our stay here in Botinaccio, we are looking forward to that change of scenery and perhaps cooler breezes of the coast. I just haven't told Karyn about ...
... br> Oh, my god
Don't let me drive, please don't let me drive
Then she calmed down briefly and said "look at that" followed by realisation of calm followed by squealing "don't you look".
In her hysteria she also managed to spray water all over me (and the entire front of the car).
I try to change tact a little and suggest we name our faithful GPS and ask J for a suggested name. Yep, you guessed it, more hissing and spitting (no water ...