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... enjoyed that along with some more Prosecco. We were able to find a recommended bar and sat down to a board of fomaggio and carne which included proscuitto, mortadella, speck, and a mystery meat, 4 different cheeses, olives, and bread. Oh, and more Prosecco. So much more that I walked right out of the bar without my phone. Since we were a bit turned around as we left, we hesitated and consulted our map in the street. Seconds ...
... in. Luckily, the room had converters so we were able to charge the bare necessities.
All in all, arriving in Florence was great and we loved our accommodations. They just improved with every location change, which was a good feeling. For anyone looking for a fantastic hotel to stay in within Florence, Hotel Dali is the place to go. It's pretty close to everything but also not in a super touristy area too, which made finding good local food really easy.
... Anyways, we ate our brekky and went for another walk, but this time she was leading me to an art gallery, I thought is would be lovely to have a look at the art so we both went in there and browsed though the marvelous art that was there. There were so many pictures, sculptures and statues. I was very impressed.
We were having a look around the gallery for about 3-4 hours.
It was about 1 pm at this time and ...
... have been there a long time if it were up to the dock to get me there.
Quite the sweaty struggle to get my (now pretty heavy) luggage on and off the train & boat and over canals and up the stairs. But I found the place easily. Antonio, the owner, is an older gentleman, a retired anthropology professor. The regular host is out of town so he graciously showed me the neighborhood, including an ...
... br> We rounded the curve into St. Mark's square and lucky for us the line was not very long. We went inside and a crafty salesman (they all have a story!) suggested STRONGLY that we go to the museum on the second (maybe third) floor. Ahha, it cost $3 Euros to get in and you had to go through the gift shop first...rascally guy...but, OMG, we were looking straight down a hallway and there stood the original brass ...