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... I know you'll make your own list when you come to Florence.
Well tomorrow we'll be on the A1, the infamous Italian Autostrada, on the way to Rome. We found out yesterday Hertz doesn't have an automatic car for us here in Florence so just like last time we were here, I'll get to practice my clutch and shift skills. Stay tuned I'm sure it will make an interesting story.
Bye from Florence, see you from Rome.
Mary and Angelo.
... I took lots of pictures! Met a guy from Colorado -- he's using Rick Steves ideas too! We have met so many people that use Rick! It also amazes us how many people are traveling by themselves! We met Susan and David for lunch at a fast food pizzeria in a basement! There were '2000' school kids and it was loud -- gave me a headache! We headed back to the train and stopped at a cafe and a "free" dessert! Got a soda ...
... Colleen was lucky enough that she picked the forward travelling seat. So I spent the train trip making faces at her, while working on the blog and uploading photos to the iPad. We arrived around noon in Florence, and it was only about a 10min walk to our hotel. Sadly for the first time, our room wasn't ready, so we had to drop our luggage off and go exploring. We decided to hit up the joint Adam was raving about, so for ...
... oldest of six bridges in Florence. There are shops on it, mostly selling jewellery and souvenirs. I saw quite a lot of gold in the shop windows. It's a posh bridge and we did not do any shopping there.
Policemen wearing white ...
Upon further research later, we learned that the first building we toured was “Cappelle Medicee”…Medici Chapel.
Around the corner we discovered the real Duomo. And it didn’t look anything like the first one. Construction of the cathedral began in 1296 and was completed structurally in 1436. It is of the gothic style. We located the ticket office (after more than a bit of ...