Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Ponte Vecchio, because at the last minute, Hitler was convinced to preserve it because of it's historical value. They have restored the other bridges and used as much of the old material as they could. On the top of the bridge Ponte Vecchio, there is a passage way that connects the government center on one side of the city with Pitti Palace on the other side of the river. That palace was owned by the first Medici's wife and this was ...
... my strong interest in teaching English that I had coming into the program has quickly transformed into a sort of anxious excitement that wants to get out. In fact, I so badly want to start actual teaching that I have to remind myself that I am not yet qualified and, therefore, must continue to put all of my energy into the course in order to find success afterwards.
I will admit that my initial interest in teaching English stemmed directly from my basic desire ...
... all going to leave him behind.
On the way back we passed the Florence Cathedral, and whilst it was tempting go in have a look the line was at least 100m long. So it was a passing outside view by the Baxter's.
Ended the day eating back in the restaurant down the road from us. They had some really nice food and a pleasant setting inside....It was pasta and pizza all round...and bowl of chips for Isla!!
... There is a huge stone staircase up to the 1st floor but it was roped off (there were also stairs inside). The museum has room dedicated to the most famous artists of the Renaissance and their contemporaries. The Michelangelo room had many of his earlier works including Bacchus and Brutus and his Pitti Tondo (tondo refers to its round shape).
Upstairs there is a room dedicated to Donatello which includes his David and also ...
... one with ratatouille and finally chicken livers. This was followed by a tuscan risotto which had a type of bolognaise sauce on it and lots of mushrooms. We passed on desert - no matter how wonderful they looked Then it was more sightseeing this time crossing back over the bridge to find, quite by accident the Pitti Palace, which is now an art gallery and museum. By now we were getting just a little tired so we made our way, via a supermarket back to the van. Later on ...