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Today we woke with a mission of finding Ash a handbag. Great mission for a bloke, I know.. Florence, being famous for its leather, made Ash decide she wanted a handbag. So we walked around Florence looking in all the leather shops, probably one in three shops we went into. After a few good hours, with no luck, we had lunch and made our way to the place where we were meeting for our trip to Pisa. We got on the bus and our tour guide was a lady that ...
... of a magnificent building with fabulous statues. How lucky can you get? Today we visited Orsanmichel Church and museum, then took the bus up the windy hills road to Fiesole. This little town is just beautiful, full of very large villas with great big terraces with magnificent views across the hills to Florence. In many of the streets, there are small paintings covering fuse boxes - so cute!! We even stopped for a while in St Francesco's church, listening to ...
... we were both still sore from the hikes and now from our long walk around town, the closer the better.
We walked a block down our small street, to Berrieria Centrale...translation: Taproom Central. While there were beer options, they weren't as many as you would think for a taproom. We were early by Italian standards, so our dining companions were families with young children. Ken had one of those "I'll have what he's having moments" , when the ...
... Galileo museum, where we finally got to see his preserved finger (I'd thought it was supposed to be in the Vatican). There are a lot of fantastic scientific instruments, though I wish it'd been possible to have a peek through one of the telescopes or microscopes.
Ann had recommended we go up to a local monastery on the other side of the river to get some good views of the entire city -- she was right. Though ...
After two years away from Europe, I started to get the travel itch. Earlier this year, Alyssa and I, on a whim, decided to join our cousin and her family and friends for a short Italian get away.
Traveling from San Diego to Philadelphia to Brussels ended up being a very tiring travel day. After a brief layover in Brussels, in which we went through customs, we then took a small plane to Florence. The ...