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... would be ready at 11.00am. It was only 9 30am so we sat at the station in the food hall area until it was time to walk across. Bridget could almost predict what would happen; with us ending blocks away when in fact it was a simple right turn out of station and a 15 metre walk to the apartment. I remembered then why I booked where I did! The cleaning was yet to be done so were asked to come back in an hour. We planned then to head off to see David. Bussing was considered couldn't ...
Today was amazing! We slept in, made a few phone calls to our loved ones and then went walking to explore. We walked to the Duomo as I was desperate to climb it to see the view from the top. Amy wasn't sure she would be able to as not only is she afraid of heights but more so that she suffers from claustrophobia! The line was seriously so long so I decided that I would buy a ticket in advance for tomorrow morning and get in line before it opened at 8.30am. After lining ...
... another purse. Then for dinner we got Gusta pizza- Our favorite place we've found, and sat on the bridge on the Arno and watched the sun set.
Tomorrow we take a train to Pisa at 7 am, and then fly from there to Amsterdam at 11:40 to start the next part of our adventure!
... the coffee shop. The Kiwi's/Aussies had well directed us. The coffee was great and we got a good view too!
They had also suggested to check out the local council building and to climb the clock tower.. I was pretty keen but Simon wasn't as it was going to cost 8.50euro.. so Simon went off to find a Natural history museum which he had read about on trip advisor while I climbed the tower. The view wasnt THAT great from the top as the walls at ...
... a late medieval mansion that has been kept as a museum to show what a wealthy home from the 14th century was like. I pretty much had the place to myself and it cost almost nothing to see. It was well worth the time.
Other than the statue of David, my only must see sight for Florence was the world famous Uffizi Gallery. It's the greatest collection of Italian paintings anywhere. (I made a reservation online over a month ago so I would insure ...