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... soon back on the bus, exhausted. We had walked our little legs off; we had seen il Duomo 3 times, Neptune and David three times and Ponte Vecchio twice. Luckily Florence is such a compact city it can be done easily; just not so easily in this heat. I have now downloaded Dan Brown’s Inferno book for Tegz to read as this is set in Florence. I’m looking forward to reading her blog to see if she has fallen in love with Firenze as much as ...
... we hit the pavement wondering around the city. We picked our dinner spot in the best way possible, away from the tourist strip and how hot the waiter was...we were not disappointed!!! The food was also good and the wine AMAZING! Let's say it was an expensive day for food and wine but all extremely enjoyable! We traced our way home and decided Siena would be our adventure the next day as most of the museums etc were closed in Florence on ...
... War, Avarice, Pride, Vainglory. These have guided Sienna since its creation by the son of Remus, as the legend goes.
We also toured the Duomo, Siennas cathedral. When I was walking up the steps I had a huge Deja-vu. it was exactly as i remembered it, bright sunny day and all. After the cathedral we left for Florence arriving there in the evening. i had a room with my fellow colfa dude with a view of the Duomo. if you lean out the window that is. enough for me.
Sarah and I had one thing on our bucket list before we left Florence to head back to the United States and that was to attend a soccer game, or futbol as the Italians call it. When LdM sent out the weekly activities email that states what is going on through the school that week, and we saw that the Fiorentina soccer game was one of the options. So we went to sign up the next day. Leading up to the soccer game, we ventured around the markets ...
Today was a full walking day around Florence. The crowds here are worse than they've been anywhere so far, but it may be because it was a beautiful Sunday and it's a small city, so it feels more cramped. We started off by walking to the Duomo, which is the domed focal point of the city, with a tower, cathedral and baptistery. The cathedral was in mass when we were there, so we decided to come back another time to see the inside, ...