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First day in Florence. Deb and I started off early but had to go a 3 Mobile shop to get local SIM cards. By the way, need to have your passport as per Italian Law.
After managing to get the sales person to install the SIM for me (I tell you, my Italian has just improved from absolute **** to just awful), Deb and I were quickly distracted by a coffee stop. ...
Sunday, September 28
Our last day in Florence. NOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Another day, another walk. This time…..we'll stay on this side of the Arno and walk north. As we do we pass many new and unusual sights – a beautiful church, a military installation – and finally just off in the distance a beautiful modern building. This is the new home of the Opera di Firenze. The beautiful building was designed ...
... are barely over 100 years old) During our tour we gazed upon the statue of David, walked along and drank from a water fountain on the sole surviving bridge from the war (lucky for the Florentines it was also their oldest and most beloved bridge that was saved. See photo attached) and had a look at the florentine basilica which was the inspiration behind a lot of the architecture to follow in Rome in the centuries to come. During ...
... back towards the city we ended up going through a pretty rose garden that we almost got lost in, continuing to walk the streets we went to dinner. After we ate we hustled over to one of Florence's bridges, the Ponte Vecchio, to see the sunset, and ended up taking a picture of the sunset with each filter we had. We ended the night with some gelato and walking around the streets and seeing the ...
... central Florence he walked up to this hillside carrying his head and died here where the views are spectacular. That story sounds so familiar to me—I think there is a similar one that took place in Paris—ha! To get up to the church I had to climb several sets of stairs.
There is a graveyard in front of the church. The fašade of gray and white marble is very pretty. I’m really liking the more understated churches in Florence—the inside has ...