La Terrazza Su Boboli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... and explore / shop (John). The climb took us first to the base of the dome where we could see close up the frescos painted on this enormous structure (the largest dome of its time). We then climbed to the top in between the outer and inner domes to see spectacular views of Florence.
The duomo is not actually completely finished. Angelo was tasked with adding a fašade to the bottom of the ...
... best to get a small cone with one or maybe two small scoops rather than a giant waffle cone (you know the size I mean) with three or more huge scoops. He told us he laughs when he sees tourists trying to quickly eat such a disaster before it melts down their hand and onto their clothes. Even better is simply to ask for 2.50 Euros worth. Period.
So to practice our new skill of ordering, he took us to ...
... Trattoria' just at the end of our street making for an easy walk home...and much to everyone's amusement the next day, was my surprise at how close we were the night before - ok there might have been an extra prosecco and vino somewhere in the mix too!
Ahh...Firenze what to do...this charming township (pop 360 000) is easily explored on foot. The medieval streets evoked many memories from Ancient History class learning about the Renaissance and ...
... and silver and millions of other tourists. We wandered along the river and into the center of the city to the Santa Maria Novella and a quick look inside( no one got struck by lightening, in round and out) and then a brilliant bruschetta and beer while looking at the construction of the marble cathedral
.We hopped back on the bus and went to the little ...
... with a silk cloth. Another reliquary has a skull which can be seen through a little viewing hole, a rather gruesome sight! This is in complete contrast to the amazingly beautiful trompe l'oeil on the walls and ceilings throughout many rooms. One of the rooms also contained a painting purported to be by Leonardo Di Vinci. It hangs there on the wall and I don't think we saw anyone else stop and look at it. At the Uffizi, it was like a rugby scrum at the front ...