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... in Firenze it was straight to Giotto's Bell Tower @ Piazza del Duomo which also has the Bapistry, Cathedral and Cupola. Mr Hands chose the Bell Tower to climb as it is only slightly lower than the Duomo and gives you a view of the Duomo and Firenze.
The only catch is - its 414 steps up and 414 steps down. I would swear there are more steps going up than down based on my laboured breathing and heart rate. As I've said before though, perhaps this will guarantee me ...
... tickets printed out, ok, not so ***********g as you can find the window. Found the window, got tickets, back out into the street to the gallery, another queue , at least it was the right one, yep, next line, yep, up we go.... Exciting. We were early as we had a 9. 30 start, it was now about 8.45 , something like that, but they let us in, grand. Walked past the roman-heads and made it for David.
Wow. What is it about these icons that make me ...
... front moved in blowing over 40 knots from the South. It was very interesting being on a scooter in that wind!
We wound our way up and down switchbacks and found ourselves at a Castle with a vineyard. Some grapes, warmed by the afternoon sun, were harvested by Mary Beth....delicious. No wine tasting, the switchbacks were making us dizzy already.
... surprising because these paintings are centuries old. There was this one room that we walked into that was covered in Gold. I cant begin to describe how I felt walking into this room. The entire trip to Florence was incredible. Walking in the streets, I saw artist painting replica's of famous paintings on the sidewalk. This one artist was reproducing the Mona Lisa painting. Florence is the city that captures how important art is in the Italian culture.
... some wine tasting? Definitely. So off we went, riding a slightly dilapidated, seriously oversold and very hot bus through the hills of Tuscany to Greve.
This year marks the 42nd annual Chianti Classico festival in Greve, so this is a well-run, organized and very popular event. This is not just a show put on for the tourists, this is an Italian event. Some 60-odd producers of Chianti were gathered in the main piazza offering not ...