Together Florence Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Oh what a shame we leave this wonderful city of Venice, the relaxed, no traffic, no bikes, no pollution city. Woke up early 5.30 couldn't sleep so after Orna went out for her coffee fix I got up and dressed and went downstairs to the wi fi area to catch up on messages, make vibes calls etc, and then after we all were together we went to breakfast at 7.00am no different so won't go into that. After breakfast we ...
We only visited Florence for the morning on our way down to Montepulciano. It was very busy as you can imagine. Highlights: Amazing view of Florence from the Michelangelo Square The hundreds of statues Duomo - Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - which took about 150 years to build Lovely Piazzas Narrowed cobbled ...
... breakfast and we were taken to a leather factory shop. Well there were some stunning coats etc there and it gave us the opportunity to see what really good quality leather looked and felt like. It then gave us a chance to go through the other shops and check out what we had learnt about the making and quality. There is some rubbish leather in Florence but there is some amazing good stuff too. You could say there was a little ...
Today was dominated by the experience of seeing Michelangelo's statue of David for the first time. Paul has waited 34 years for this, having hunted for David in the Louvre in Paris in this first trip overseas and discovering David was in Florence not Paris! Then, everyone had told him to see it because it was extraordinary, but despite his best efforts he didn't manage it. The statue of David is awesome. Fourteen feet high and carved in marble it is truly awe inspiring. Michelangelo ...
... section but ended up walking though almost all of the sections trying to find the exit. The Renaissance section was a long hallway wrapping around the building the hallway has sculptures and busts lining the wall, with rooms leading off to the paintings. Other sections we passed through include, Tapestries and European Artists
After the Gallery we met up with my mom and brothers and walked along the Arno river to the Pont de ...