Soggiorno Sogna Firenze
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... made in store and stores in metal tubs so to keep it fresh and at the correct temperature for the day. After over indulging in gelato we headed back into the centre square to watch the sun go down over the Duomo. Of course we did this with a wine in hand at another restaurant with perfect views to the Duomo (and ideal location for people watching!) When it became dark, We headed home to organise our train tickets etc for tomorrow as we are off to Siena. I cannot wait ...
... statue of Michaelangelo at the hilltop and overlook the city of Florence. The rooftops across the city are light terra cotta orange, a beautiful old color that matches the personality of Florence. Before dinner, we go to the leather merchant Misuri and The Gold Market at the Piazza Santa Croce. Henry and I treat ourselves to some nice items at both shops. Maria at the Gold Market and Gugga at the ...
... The buildings straight ahead were beautiful and had near symmetry (symmetry being a common trait of architecture from then renaissance period.) Next we walked to the famous Spanish Steps and we climbed all 138 of them. These steps are very famous because many artists hung out. Many English writers also enjoyed spending time here to find inspiration and drink tea in one of the Babington tea rooms.
... we arrived in Florence although warmer and drier is always better. Thanks Tina for the advice of "just apply money" as our riding rain jackets were worn out and now we have nice new ones now that are keeping us warm and we haven't had rain since!
Italian museums seem to have a thing about taking pictures so Bob does not have nearly as many as expected. He does still have a few:). We do have some very good ones where we are allowed.
We then moved on to see the Duomo, or cathedral. The dome on the Duomo dominates the skyline of Florence due to it's size, it's enormous. The interior of the dome itself has beautiful frescoes which you can stand under and admire. How they painted these by hand, being so high up, is hard to imagine.
We walked on to the Santa Croce, a beautiful medieval piazza that has a magnificent Gothic church that contains the ...