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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalazzo Gamba Florence
We originally booked a budget 2 bedroom apartment but on arrival were upgraded. Very impressive suite. Only problem with being right next to the duomo - lots of noise. Unfortunately, even with the windows closed, the noise from the crowds could be heard despite being on the third floor
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... dimensional - work and God, but now started exploring the arts, mythology and sciences in a new way. It was this clash of ideals and eras, that started many wars - Medieval vs. Renaissance. On this bike tour, we went all over the city and you could see the different architecture and styles from the two time periods. Medieval buildings were all Gothic with many sharp edges and points. The points all pointing up to God. ...
... Renaissance. The city was flooded in 1966 by the Arno river and millions of masterpieces of art and rare books was destroyed. After the flood, the National Library of Florence was established to repair and restore the damaged pieces and even today much work is left to be done to finish the restorations.
We have concluded our last meal here in Florence and now we prepare for our trip back to Rome tomorrow and then....home!
Woke up with no specify plans, mainly planning to go for a walk in the city to look around. Draz also has some shops she wants to go through that we saw last night.
We went to most of the main plazas and small markets dotted around us. Our apartment is centrally located so it’s quite easy to just get lost in the streets. Starting off with a ride on the merry go round in the Piazza della Repubblica.
... Today we are off to Florence. The weather forecast for the next few days is for showers so on arrival we will be setting up and going straight into town. We are lucky as the campsite we are staying at is within walking distance of the town centre, the only downside is that the site is up a big hill. The first port of call was the Ponte Vecchio, this bridge has shops on either side and is probably what London bridge must have looked like hundreds of years ago. The ...
... because we are working on a Italian computer and in a hurry.
We got in on time and the landlady was waiting for us - awesome and got
the keys, quickly cleaned up and left to get something to eat. We ate at a wonderful trattoria just around the corner from our flat. If we had the camera we would upload the picture, maybe next time. The food was wonderful, free welcome champage and horderves, delicious wine ...