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... the quality of each Duomo Siena wins hands down. We cruised around for a few hours and decided our feet hurt too much so grabbed a sixes of mixed beers and a bag of salt&vinager chips and set up shop on top of our building for a grand sunset. Towers surrounded us with fields of terra cotta roofs in every direction. Ran out of beer so opened up a bottle of Tuscany wine and stayed till it was finished. One of our best ...
... in Florence yearly). Our room has a double canopy bed, is elegantly decorated and has thick plush towels (unlike the ones in Rome). The staff were extremely helpful, there is coffee, tea, snacks and cake available at all times. We checked the maps and made an itinerary of our next two days before heading out to explore this new city. After venturing through some piazzas and the shopping district we decided to attempt to find Venchi, the highly ...
June 15th at midnight was Italy's first match in the World Cup when they played England and won 2-1. I felt very fortunate to be in Italy during the World Cup season so I wanted to be able to watch their first game in a local atmosphere among local people. Le Murate is a plaza in the Santa Croce neighborhood of Florence and Le Murate Caffè Letterario is the bar/cafe/restaurant that is situated within ...
The alarm was set again. We needed time to pack and have breakfast before our 10:30 train to Firenze. Breakfast was, again copious, the owner very friendly, and we spent some last moments on our lovely balcony before checking out and catching our train.
We made it to Florence and found our apartment, near Santa Maria Novella station. The apartment wasn't ready yet, but the housekeeper let us in to drop our bags and use ...
... to visit Florence's famous pig (or boar?!) statue. Legend says that rubbing the "piglet's" (quote as per Lonely Planet- you judge for yourself!) snout guarantees return to Florence in the future, much alike the Trevi Fountain tradition in Rome. Rub it we did, we are hoping to return to Florence to see more of its treasures- two days grossly inadequate. In addition to that, I long to use Florence as a base to visit other Tuscan cities close by, Siena being one recommended to me.