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Travel Blogs from Florence
... to do with the fact that it was cold. Man I hate the cold. It makes me a very grumpy person.
The restaurant was amazing and I was happy with my tomato sauce like a little kid. The walk back and the view of the Ponte Vecchio and the streets of the commercial district at night were amazing. The moon, its reflection in the river, the old buildings beautifully lit, and street music in the background just made me stop mid-sentence and take in the ...
... The Duomo” – from up top.
For a little break from the Renaissance, we took a short stroll back to the river and went to the Galileo Museum. Pretty amazing, especially if you happen to be science and math teachers! And the girls are missing space and electricity units in their science classes at school, so it worked out perfectly. The museum was filled with lots of really interesting scientific artifacts; it’s baffling to ...
... D'Arrigio 14. It is open only during the week (Monday-Friday) and is open between 12am-3am.
P.S.S. I definitely have taken advantage of living in a city full of secret little bakeries and I recommend, if ever visiting, to do the same! Go to them as often as you possibly can, because they are honestly heaven on your lips. You will not regret it, TRUST ME! And please for me, PRETTY PLEASE, get ten and send them my way! ;)
... This is an amazing cathedral and there are no photos that I can take to do it justice. We had discussed going up the cupola, but 560 steps did not appeal to me. Once we got inside, we started talking to a couple who were considering doing the Cupola. John told them that it is very claustrophobic as you walk between the inside of the dome and the outside of the Dome and if you are nervous about heights, not to do it. Of course hearing this made Mick decide he ...
... to a little gelato/bar on the side of the road
where we bought a bottle of TERRIBLE wine and carried it to our next
destination in dixie cups! It literally gave all of us chills down our
spine after every drink we took! I chugged mine to just get it over with. Just another tar wine we had...I dont know if I will every grow a taste for red wine. We then went to "The Fish Pub" where there was a special of 5 shots for 5 euros, which for those of you who
do not ...