Palazzo Vecchietti Suites And Studios
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... our wallets for two reasons, first because Florence is notorious for pickpockets and second because there are shops and markets everywhere in Florence and Patti and Kathy were in a shopping frenzy. The quality of the crafts that had led to Florence's rise to power still exist in the form of fine leather, silk and upscale clothes stores. On our first full day, we decided to postpone shopping and see the Uffizzi, the famous museum with a great deal ...
... bars and relics of a ruling empire including the crest of the Maurice family and the two palaces linked by the tunnel running over Ponte Vecchio. Every twist and turn always lead back to the centre of the city and the magnificent Duomo. I saw the Duomo as the symbol of Florence - simply stunning with it's pink, green and white marble facade. It was designed by the great architect Filippo Brunelleschi and is considered a masterpiece and one of the ...
... they didn't have any available automatics at the train station so we spent our half hour to get to the airport and got to the budget rental Office and guess what you need a drivers license to rent a car that just a passport and my drivers license is sitting at home in Minnesota and Elizabeth's was sitting in the bag back at the apartment so no car rental So we taxi back to the apartment and it was about noon and we decided not to head out because we ...
... the midpoint of the bridge, in both directions, so we paused for a few minutes to take some pictures.
Returning to the north side of the river, we stumbled into Buca Poldo, a tiny ristorante on a side street not far west of the Piazza de Signoria, where we had our usual late lunch under a covered terrace along the side of a narrow, dead-end street. It turned out to be another delicious meal, with very friendly and attentive service.
Not long after ...
... to me in Italian. It was perfect! The next day we toured the city of Florence. My favorite spot was the really old bridge with all the shops. I got a Florentine fleur-de-lis (my signature symbol) that I added to my favorite necklace that I wear every day. We ate at our favorite restaurant again and were not disappointed. The next day we went to see the hallowed Michelangelo's David, another one on the list! David is truly magnificent in every way, the perfect proportions, ...