Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Then we are taken to Leonardos for a leather demonstration which is more of a sales pitch to get us to buy something in their shop. They also make the rings which come apart when you take it off & it's like a puzzle to put back together properly. I remember my friend Becky from Strathalbyn in SA got one when she went on a contiki of Europe years ago. They were more of a novelty than a nice ring so it wasn't hard for Grant to talk me out ...
... the yogurt. Along with a yummy cappuccino, it was a great jump start to my day.
After breakfast, we headed to the train station, jumped on the train and took the hour train ride to Pisa Centrale. When we got there, we walked about thirty minutes through the city of Pisa on our way to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. This town is so much more relaxed than even Florence. I got the sense of a ...
... our best day yet weather wise - not a cloud in the sky and easily 16 or 17 degrees. Andy and I just enjoyed our dinner on an outdoor patio overlooking the Piazza del Signoria and the statue of David and King Neptune. Everyone is out walking and enjoying the evening and some more Gelato to boot!!!
Hope all is well back home.
Love Karen & Andy
... We them walked through streets and lanes to the river where the formal tour finished. We then had time on our own to wander around. Kerrie and I had both seen a glove shop in Florence that we wanted to see so we headed over the Ponte Vecchio and found the shop very easily. As I had bought gloves in Venice already, I resisted the urge to buy more even though the leather was so soft. Kerrie bought a pair of driving gloves for her son and a red pair ...
... over Ponte Trinita into San Spirito. There are artisan workshops in this area. It is a bit hard to see in a lot of the buildings to get an idea of exactly what they are doing, but it is a nice area to walk around. We found a beautiful little cake shop and had one each for the grand total of 3.30 euro!
The rain kept on coming so we went into the Palazzo Vecchio for a second look.
It fined up enough for us to head up to Piazzale Michelangelo. it is quite ...