Poggio Imperiale Apartments
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... been enough time to get them fitted etc during our short stay. We will find somewhere else to buy them that is just as cool.
One place we thought we might revisit was Galleria D’Academia to see David in the flesh. However with the additional cost to book online, and the long queues with or without prebooking, we decided we could live without.
It’s funny how differently you do things and look at things when you are on a tight budget. Most other holidays ...
... gt;500, and there was a stage with gymnasts practicing while we were walking through. No doubt you'll hear about this wedding on a tabloid somewhere. I snapped a photo of the menu on one of the place settings for kicks.
that was enough for one day, so we headed back into Florence, but not without a nice stroll along the Arno, as it was getting on toward sunset.
We found the ...
... They were obviously lost, so a "friendly" person came over to "assist them". He offered to help them buy their ticket and take them to their platform. While doing so, you could clearly see him assessing the location of their wallets (one girl was putting hers away). There were also two other men of the same nationality hovering nearby, with their backs to the Canadians, but casually moving in closer. Dan managed to catch the eye of one of the ...
... but when the started price is $1000 a 50% discount still leaves it out of our league! This place was full of Japanese shoppers. Amazing scenes in the Gucci, Prada etc stores with their thousands to spend. We did manage a couple of purchases but not many! One thing though the coffee wasn't bad here.
On our return back into Florence we looked at some cheap ties for Gary and a nice Italian leather belt. We had not seen the ...
... had to offer. It was a gorgeous sunny day so we headed down the road to have lunch, and sat down only to find that who should we be facing but 'David' (we later found out it was a replica of David, but I'm quite sure the bulk of he crowd were also unaware). The went into the Palazzo Vecchio, and saw some more amazing art. We also walked around alot of the local streets, including Ponte Vecchio (the bridge where all the shops sell gold, as ordered by the Medici ...