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... blew ourselves blow off the edge. Today's ride felt easier, we traversed our kilometers faster once the evil the hills were done, and reached Florence about 2pm (as opposed to 4pm most days). This city is a tourist mecca with a very uneven cobbled road surface, a danger for our skinny tyres. Once reaching the city we needed to cycle over Ponte Vecchio to find our hotel - for those who've been here you will concur that this was ...
... left corner. I bought an A3 print of the Madonna del Cardellinio for only 4 euros. Unfortunately, it was the last piece of this design and I didn't like others. I gave it to my boss to put in his office. I wish I had one for my wall but I think it would look out ...
... I saw a denim shirt for €229.00. But we did stumble on an H&M where we spent a ridiculous amount of time waiting to use the change rooms and we each bought a few items.
We made our way back to the Piccolo, even though we were trying to avoid it. We were way too tired to go out for dinner and Mel was even too tired to come with me to the grocery store so I ventured out on my own. I picked up buns, meat, cheese, cookies, ice cream and ...
So the roomies and myself decided we need to budget our spending, so instead of eating out all the time we would start cooking our own meals. Well, if anyone knows me, the food groups I stick to are Mac & Cheese, Cheeseburgers, Cookies, and Brownies! For starters, I may be the pickiest eater known to man and it doesn't help when I can't understand the food labels because they are all in Italian. We walked all over trying to find this "market" our landlord told us ...
... seen earlier in the day, but still great. There is a Monumental Staircase to the exit. It really is quite monumental! The Medicis knew how to build opulence. We found a bar outside and sat and watched the crowds.
My favourite of the galleries visited today was the Bargello. It was so much less crowded and the building is gorgeous. The historical centre of Florence is small which makes it easy to get around but it does mean that everyone is in that small space.