Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t be hard, especially in some of the more expensive European countries. We are adding everything we spend into a budget app Mikey found on the phone to make sure we are on track, and it’s quite an interesting exercise and learning experience (especially for Mikey!). That said, we are not forgoing anything that we really want to do. If it costs EUR 3 each to go into a church we’re really not that interested in, or we can save EUR 30 not seeing David again, we weigh up our ...
... apparently it used to be all butcher shops but they wanted to make it a classy bridge so they ordered the goldsmiths to move in). We weaved our way back through the streets, visited the outside of the Duomo (cathedral), spectacular architecture! All built with individual pieces of coloured marble, same rules here, you need to cover knees and shoulders but as today was 35° we decided we would come back tomorrow when it's a bit cooler. Feeling hot and exhausted we ...
After Venice, we made our way to Florence where we had quite the good time! We spent one day exploring museums such as Academia where we saw the statue of David (who is actually much bigger than you would think), and the Uffizi gallery, where we saw works of art by artists such as Boticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Michelangelo. We also spent a good amount of time eating our favorite gelato at a ...
... Italy. It was super fancy and still sold products that were really expensive. Then we passed through a few more plazas on our way to the Basilica del Duomo. It's one of the few things I still remember from 7th grade history about the Renaissance. It was incredibly huge and gorgeous. I swear, I could lay down and stare at the ceiling of any of those cathedrals for hours. After our tour, we walked to the river that ...
... I imagine Dante did the same thing when he lived 3 blocks from here. Once I checked in and unpacked (I'm here a week), I began a walking tour around town. As on other ventures, I have downloaded various audio tours onto my iPhone before leaving home. The Rick Steves Italy tours have been enormously helpful. His step-by-step Florence Renaissance Walk gave me a 45-minute introduction to the city and allowed me to become familiar with many of the sites I wanted to visit. And ...