Together Florence Inn
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... in the flooring and beautiful dome. Inside also houses the famous painting, La commedia illumina Firenze (The Comedy Illuminating Florence). It is the most famous fresco by Domenico di Michelino. I could gaze into the ceiling here for hours - absolutely stunning! We've been lighting a candle for my dad in every church we visit, and the candle holders in the Duomo have been my favorite display. I know he would have loved seeing these. I continue to be amazed ...
... view, and of course, great wine and food. After dinner, we took a few pictures with the monkey pod (the best purchase ever) and headed out to find gelato. Amanda got one with cookies and vanilla but I was set on a crepe. Turns out, there is a crepery 20 steps from our apartment. Janny P - I did some research on the crepery.
First full day in Florence was perfect. See pictures and videos below.
... Went for a tour of Palazzo Pitti and Accademia (Hi "real" David! No photos allowed - sorry. It's been so hilarious to hear the comments from tourists. One USA guy walked into a kitchen shop we were looking through and asked, "Do you have one (a cookie cutter) of the boy?"; Another NZ family, "Make sure you get a photo of me with the man." OMG!)
Went up the Belltower at Duomo (cheaper and slightly lower than ...
... as the selection of pictures shows.
Tomorrow we head to Piza, and on to Saint Jean de Maurienne in the French Alps. This little town sits at the base of some of the most mythical cols in cycling legend....the Galibier, Telegraphe, Grande Crucheron, Madeleine and Glandon. Guess which one I will climb tomorrow as final prep for Le Haute Route? ...
... on a corner, or looked left when I should have looked right, but all in all we were making good progress. By that I mean, Matthew was still on the back, and we were upright. Through towns with great names like Tavernelle Val di Pesa, and my favourite Poggibonsi, which translates appropriately in English to 'wet ****', we were over halfway before the rain really started to persist down.
Happily, the roads were lightly travelled, so traffic was no impediment, but ...