We didn’t head out into Florence until sunset today, and I only took my point-and-shoot camera (which is new and I love it). But I shot in auto mode and couldn’t do any technical things to improve my photos…so, sorry if they are a bit grainy and blurry.
Kellie + cappucino: At the station waiting for our train. This size of cappucino can range from 1.30 euros to over 5, depending on location.
Contona, in the Tuscany Hills (where “Under the Tuscan Sun” takes place).
Comfortably passing time on our 3 hour train ride.
Via San Gallo, Florence: at Sunset.
Baptistry di San Giovanni (1059-1128) and Giotto’s Campanile (1334-1359), Florence.
Piazza della Repubblica: A glowing sunset almost hidden by dark streets in Florence.
Florence street art.
Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Florence. Built in 1345, it was the only bridge in Florence not bombed in WWII.
Palazzo Vecchio (1299-1322). Michelangelo’s David originally stood outside the entrance.
Window shopping in Florence.
Florence: out for an evening stroll.