The Duomo in Florence. Seriously large. Serious business. Seriously amazing.
The marble statues are just jaw dropping. (I think that is what I am doing in this pic?) We did see the David however no photos allowed. He is a bit shy.Boboli Gardens...yes like the pizza crust. The view from the top of the garden is amazing and you can find cool little groves and secret mazes to discover. This was just before a I was pooped on by a bird... well Italy you were almost perfect.
You make up for your birds with your clouds.
The central market in Florence. It has it all. Get there early and watch the butchers. They mean business.
Tuscany has the best light I have ever seen.
There may have been an international dance party started. I may or may not have started it. Although, I point my fingers towards the Polish girls in the corner. Just saying.
Siena. The town is like a medival maze. Lots of little streets to wander up and down and hills to climb. We called it urban hiking and our feet agreed.II Palio and they take this very seriously. I was voting for the snail district, but their horse did not make the final race this year.
Boccon di Vino. A family run restaurant that was amazing. The view did not suck either. I would have taken pictures of the food, but I really wanted to just enjoy the meal with my love.
Open air market in Montalcino. Candy and colors all around.
I could not stop taking pictures of the flowers all around Tuscany.
Speaking of colors. The Aperol Spritz may be my new drink of the summer. Refreshing
Our little Fiat 500. Thank you for letting us explore Tuscany with you and thank you for keeping the crazy Italian drivers at bay.
Our last night in Florence. View from the Piazzale Micheangelo. A little hike up over the hill and you can sit and watch the city and the sunset.
Speaking of sunsets. Italy, you are simple, complex and beautiful, and I can't wait to visit you again soon.