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... TRY ON!! Christopher likes 'em too. SO, in we go. They fit like a glove. They don’t have Christopher’s size. He’s depressed. I negotiate with the salesperson and get the shoes at a price – Liz would be proud! They are a grey boot with grey chalk stripe wool fabric around the ankle. So NOT me, but so fun and interesting. I can’t wait to wear them. Maybe even build a wardrobe around them. SO ...
... sneak in. This plaza was also starting to fill up, so I quickly snapped a few photos & continued my walk pass the Uffizi Museum and on to the old bridge. There were crowds everywhere & I knew I had to be patient with the slow walkers. I walked across the bridge, bought a water, turned around & walked back over the bridge. There are mostly gold shops & I wasn't interested in any jewelry.
Oh look, there was ...
... Sundays does not begin until 1:30, we decided to move on to the Mercato Centrale, which is just a few blocks away.
The Mercato Centrale, which is located in a massive cast-iron and glass building dating back to 1874, has the look of a train station. Its entrances are partially obscured by the numerous stalls of the San Lorenzo flea-market vendors that line the streets outside, where crafts, leather, clothing, shoes, souvenirs, etc., are offered for sale. ...
... the view from Piazzale Michelangelo. It’s a large parking area with amazing panoramic views out over all of Florence. Our tour bus drove by it but didn't let us get out and take photos (what was that about?!). There’s another copy of Michelangelo’s David here as well.
It was a real climb to get up there, especially this one staircase that goes along the high wall surrounding Giardino delle Rose. On my map it looked like a road but it was a serious ...
... into a gorgeous wood paneled anteroom and then into a luxuriously appointed multi-room shop. There are different rooms for perfume products, herbal preparations, room scents, and more. There is even an inner garden and courtyard complete with frescoed walls! The most challenging aspect of coming here is trying to leave without buying something. After sampling various products, we succumb to the scents.
It's time to ...