Toscana Part 1: Firenze

When I initially arrived in Florence, I wasn’t a fan of the city AT ALL. Mainly because my first day wandering the city left me feel assaulted by both locals and tourists alike – I was pushed, shoved, stepped on – like, WTF people!? But then on day 2, things started to look up and by the time I left, I was totally down with Firenze and its amazing Duomo. I LOVE this building – it’s one of the most stunning pieces of architecture I’ve ever seen and I started (and ended) every day standing right in front of it. How else was I going to get the perfect shot?

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Fino alla prossima volta!

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