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... in Florence, and to girls from Birmingham UK. It was a jolly group, and soon it was time to move onto our next stop, Casa Emma. This vineyard was a very small operation, making about 80k bottles per year. It was owned by Emma and her husband, who also lived on the premises. Our guide said that a few years ago they had hired a younger wine maker for daily operations, but that the 87 year old Emma still called the shots. This was by far by ...
For our second day in Florence we hopped on a train to go to Pisa, to see the leaning tower of Pisa! The tower was so cool and huge. It doesn't even look like it's leaning on one side. We took tons of pictures and even some cheesy tourist pics. In fact the leaning tower of Pisa is where Galileo dropped the light object and the heavy object to understand gravity. After we walked around Pisa ...
... we had a very long walk up 4 giant flights of stairs (more stairs!). It is laid out in a huge U-shape, with most of the important stuff on the top floor: Botticelli paintings, gothic and renaissance works of art, and some Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and Raphael paintings. It was under renovation, so part of it was closed, but we still saw a lot. We saw some good views of Florence from both the gallery hallway on the top floor, and from the roof-top terrace upstairs. ...
2. The Truly Secret Bakery - Santa Croce
-Via de' Macci. This bakery door is covered by caged bars, so just wave your hand and they will let you in to order these amazing confections. Facing Santa Croce, take the street directly to the left of the church and make the third left onto Via de' Macci. The bakery will be on your left.
3. The Family Bakery - Santa Croce
-Facing Santa Croce, take the street directly ...
Our first full day in Florence started out rainy and then got rainier... but that didn't dampen our enthusiasm for exploring this beautiful city. After a leisurely breakfast, we headed to the Mercato Centrale, the central market, where they sell meat, fish, cheese, pasta, bread, wine, oil, fruit, and vegetables. It's a sensory experience not to be missed, and to quote Rick Steves, the European ...