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... uphill like Siena and with its less impressive duomo. After the uphill walk to the central piazza duomo, the main attraction was the gelato. Apparently, the was a special one created for Michelle Obama called "Michelle" but she didn't get here to sample it. Those who had the gelato say it was delicious. But the real highlight of the visit to San Gi had to be the visit to a working winery on the outskirts of San Gi where we were given a tour of ...
... more glasses of wine sitting out at a street table watching the world go by.
Thursday 14th August 2014
Up early to beat the crowds at Duomo. Wrong. The line is 100 metres long 30 minutes before opening so we are reminded of the advice given to us by Antonella, the hotel receptionist, that the beauty of the Duomo is on the outside, not much to see inside. It truly is breathtakingly beautiful on the outside. Next we catch the ...
... gt;500, and there was a stage with gymnasts practicing while we were walking through. No doubt you'll hear about this wedding on a tabloid somewhere. I snapped a photo of the menu on one of the place settings for kicks.
that was enough for one day, so we headed back into Florence, but not without a nice stroll along the Arno, as it was getting on toward sunset.
We found the ...
... few times hitting our heads) we were shocked by the sunlight of a Tuscan afternoon, looking out from the top of the 500 year old dome. The view was absolutely astonishing. 360 degrees of the city; warm Italian tile bathed in the sunshine everywhere we looked. We enjoyed the view for awhile, snapped some pictures, and then made our descent. Once we were on ground level we decided to see what the situation was for the Accademia Gallery, where the ...
... lines and spend more time eating and drinking wine just as Bacchus and the other Greek Gods intended.
4. I said three pieces of advice but I don’t believe a trip to Florence is complete without a stop at All’antico Vinaio. Believe the hype. This #1 rated Trip Advisor spot is a yummy little gem and if I could I’d eat there once a week, or once a day. The line ...