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Florence is in a valley so getting up into the hills of Tuscany was a lot cooler with picture postcard views everywhere. My group of 6 included a nice family from Melbourne, Australia -husband,wife and 3 boys 16, 19, and 21. For Aussies they were pretty tame but there was so much to see. My friend Erika told me that she lived one time in Siena. She didn't tell me that everywhere you went was either straight up ...
I had booked tickets for the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery back in London knowing that these were two art galleries that we had to go and see. First we went to the Uffizi which I had booked for 9:45am. Uffizi holds the works of many incredible artists and is one of the oldest and most famous art museums in the world. We bought an audio guide which meant we got to go around in our own time and listen to what certain piece were all about. One of ...
... forehead-to-alarmed-glass contact with my painter's eyes, but also got to enjoy the terrace cafe whilst street buskers played classical music in the streets below, and then sit in one of the windowed side rooms and watch the sunset over the Veccio Bridge uninterrupted in what is usually one of the most heavily tourist-ed art galleries in the world.
Then later that evening after the sun had truly set, I was wandering the streets vaguely ...
... apartment came with a few rolls of toilet paper and some soap.
After our lunch break we went back to the studio for our first drawing class. She showed us the basics of drawing the human face and body--I feel like I learned much more from her the first day than my other drawing professor the whole semester. For our grades in the class we need at least 30 study drawings-- so just of different things we see in the ...
... if Sarah would appreciate it like I would so just took a pic of the outside instead. We wandered through the backstreets of Florence through fine shopping such as Chanel, Ferragamo, Dolce & Gabbana, before finding another little palazzo full of pizzerias. I'm not normally a big fan of pizza but this place was awesome!! So much better than anything we have back home! The weather was beautiful on Monday so we set out early for the Bargello Museum, which has a lot of ...
Other places to stay in Costa Rei
Via Icnusa, 25, Costa Rei | 3 star hotelfrom $213
Strada Panoramica Villasimius, Costa Rei | 4 star hotelfrom $212
Via Cristoforo Colombo, Costa Rei | 3 star hotelfrom $139
Costa Rei, Costa Rei | 2 star hotelfrom $49
Via Enrico Berlinguer, 2, 67030, Costa Rei | 2 star hotelfrom $45