Anyways, we then went to the biglieteria where the lady there said the same thing the machines already indicated to us. So we just bought tickets for the next train at 10:15am, which was about a little over 2.5 hours away.
The next thought on our minds was to use this unexpected time in the city to do the one thing we wanted to do but couldn’t because yesterday the museums were closed… see Michelangelo’s statue of David! There was some concern whether the lines would be so long that we might even miss the 10:15am train, but at this point, we weren’t going to sit idly at the train station for over two hours. So the decision was made and we were now going to act on it.
Indeed, the idea of seeing David was resurrected…
- Day 11: THE CITY OF ART
- Day 12: FLORENCE WITHOUT THE ART
- Day 13: DAVID RESURRECTED
- Day 14: SUN-KISSED VENICE
- Day 15: FROM CANALS TO ROADS