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... like it was never going to end. I went up with the sister, Tamsen, who told me she didn't want to stop for too long so no one would think she was fat and out of shape. there was a long windy staircase and it was very narrow, definitely not something meant for fat people. The view at the top was insane. In Florence, there is a law that states that you are not allowed to build anything higher than the duomo so from the top you are able to get a 360 view of the whole city. We spent ...
... we were in Florence. We were struggling to get our bearings until Kathryne spotted a tourist information sign. We got in line at the TI and soon had a map and directions to the hostel where we were staying. We dropped off our luggage and went to find a place to eat lunch. Rick Steves recommended going to a local supermarket to get food for a picnic. We had a luscious lunch of a sandwich with cheese and prosciutto, a variety ...
... and our time slot is at 2:30 PM), we decided to finish up the other places near the Duomo. We went to the Duomo Museum to see the real Michelangelo's "Doors of Paradise" and the Baptistry for everything gold and following Robert Langdon's footsteps haha. We then went to Santa Croce for the burial grounds of famous legends such as Galieo, Michelangelo, and Machiavelli.
By 1pm-ish it was time for lunch. We ...
... a great way to spend a Sunday!
The Museum of San Marco was our final destination. Here we viewed great frescoes and paintings of the monks and Fra Angelico that lived in this monastery in the 15th century. Despite this being our second trip to Florence, there is much too much to see in just four days, but we did what we could and perhaps we'll return again someday? ...
... the station where unable to buy
tickets however it was still stressful.
When we arrived at the apartment we were amazed at how spacious it