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... list so we took our time doing them. First on the list was climbing the bell tower at the Florence Cathedral, Basilica Di Santa Maria del Fiore, or otherwise known simply as Duomo. This cathedral is absolutely stunning. Construction started in 1296 and finished in 1436, it's the largest brick dome ever constructed, world heritage listed and is an example of renaissance architecture. After climbing more than 400 stairs we reached the top. It was a hard ...
... of course a bottle of chianti, we headed back to camp and I cooked up a feast, we drank red wine and finished doing the blog. Weather is not as threatening as last night but really we never know! Hoping to explore more of Florence tomorrow. Should be great!
Had a lazy start to the day, enjoyed a cappuccino at the camping grounds bar, Rhys got them for cheaper as he was able to ask for them in Italian (basic but still Italian). We then set off for a ...
... here is sort of Rome-meets-New Orleans. I expect to see William Faulkner arm-in-arm with Julius Caesar strolling along the cobblestones.
The medieval town perched above Montecatini (Montecatini Alto) is reachable via a cabled funicular, and is worth the 8 euros round trip fee. Some of the structures in the cobblestone road village date back to the thirteenth century.
... a good bit trying to find a cheap place to eat and finally decided we would settle for a little burger joint. I got a burger with pineapple on it…they love pineapples in Switzerland…they put it on everything! Then we walked around town for a bit and got some really good desserts at a delicious pastry shop. I got a cream cake with raspberries and strawberries on top and it was amazing. Then, we went to a chocolate show where we got to watch/help make chocolate and sample all ...
... have ever been able to experience in my whole life. Words cannot even begin to describe what I was able to see up there. All I can say is that it was like cimba from Lion King being able to see his whole land, and was able to see everything in Florence from the tallest point. Not only was there an amazing view, but there was also the third fake David statue up there as well (there are three fakes and one real located in Florence!) ...
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