Imperial Garden Hotel
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... going to be a coeliac's nightmare - lots of delicious bread, cakes and pasta - until I found La Grand Bianca. They had a little note at the bottom of their menu which said (in Italian) that this could also be eaten by coeliacs. They even had a sign hanging to show where they prepared the gluten free food. Everything on the menu came from local farms. Who would have thought that I would have to travel to Florence to find the best burger I have ever eaten? ...
... is San Gimignano. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Look it up. Amazing place. David tomorrow. 9.15am. Met our guide, Luca at 9.15am outside McDonalds. Just before then I chatted to Debbie and Mark who were also doing the horse riding. And Michelle and Michael, who were skipping the horse riding part and just going straight to the drinking. Turns out both couples were from Texas. Debbie and Mark from Dallas. And Michelle and Michael from Fort Worth. They were ...
... while, that would be a really nice way to spend the afternoon and give your feet a good break!
We had dinner at an amazingly decorated restaurant in the old town which is one of the fifth oldest restaurants in Florence and was converted from a church 150 years ago. It was beautiful, the food was delicious and the waiter was great. But my favourite part was another dinner party consisting of a middle aged man and his two ...
... paid the €10 required for the entrance. The cathedral and the crypt were both closed. We got into the long line for the Cupola (dome) climb. I went into the baptistery and took some pictures while Mel held our spot in line. The exterior of the baptistery is currently being restored so was covered in scaffolding.
After a 45-minute wait, it was our turn. There are 460 (regular-sized) steps to the top but you ...
... to head to the Uffizi
gallery, and thank goodness we went in the morning – it was jam-packed by the
time the gallery opened. We only waited 45 mins or so, and we spent around 2
hours, marveling in the works of famous artists that even I have heard of. And
that’s hard haha.
After that, we headed over to the Cathedral, and that ...