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... to ever give it up.
Breakfast is very light. I have no appetite. We get back to the room, secure everything in the suitcases and do a final thorough check of the place to be sure we’ve not left anything behind. Didn’t take long, this is SUCH a small place!!
Downstairs, pay the bill and call a cab. The cab is able to get to the front of the hotel, and we load up and off to the termini! Interesting, ...
... lucky, you might get to see someone making something interesting. We did get to see the artist at work, and we also stopped in to a store where they make gorgeous etchings, also on site. I really liked the etchings, but they were understandably pretty expensive, so I did not buy anything. My jet lagged brain was very tired trying to keep up with the Italian language. It's exhausting. Jake announced that he wants to learn Italian and live in Italy. I have no problem ...
... full of HUGE steaks ready for cooking. A carnivore's dream come true! We had a lovely relaxed lunch with JUGS of local wine and a whistling waiter with a great sense of humour and a little old tortoise walking up & down hoping for some scraps.
After checking in properly we headed off to find the well renowned Florence Leather Market. Streets full of leather stalls, all spruiking about the best deals, the best quality and the best guess at where you were ...
... including the Uffizi Museum of Art and the Accademia. We admired ALL parts of "The David", and learned more about Renaissance art history then we will ever need to know. We made sure to see the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) during the day and night and learned that it was the only bridge in Florence to survive during WWII. We also had some great food and wine. Next stop; ...
... more out!) The food was wonderful and the entertainment was hilarious with a waiter joining in with the Opera singing right as he was clearing your plates! Our table ended up having a really good time in particular one of the boys and I consuming the white wine together (I don't drink wine at all!) A few more people died for our 'Godfather' game, one being a poisoned apple as she is a celiac she is always given fruit for dessert, she just had enough of it!! After all ...