When in Rome (pun intended) we wanted to explore a bit more of Italy. 

An hour train ride and 30 euro later, we arrived in Florence. Firenze to the locals. The city had more of a hometown feel to it, and while it was a rainy overcast day, it was still beautiful.
Santa Maria delle Fiori
Beautiful museums
The city, in general, was a lot more elegant than anywhere I have visited.

The true feel of Tuscany was apparent in the Renaissance architecture and tiny side streets with expensive buildings and shops.
Ponte Vecchio bridge
Festival in the city center

The piazzas and palazzos are so historic and beautiful that you can't help but stop to take a picture of everything the city is lined with. 

And while some photos aren't permitted...
I was able to sneak a photo of Florence's most famous resident.
3/16/2012 05:50:07 am

¡Qué bonito Italia !¿verdad?
Y el chocolate ¡qué rico! entra hambre solo de verlo.
Que pases un buen fin de semana largo
Un beso

5/6/2012 08:03:12 pm

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5/25/2012 06:50:21 pm

You put it. Yesssssss!!!!!!! You´re so beutiful in the first photo.


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