From the Piazzale Michelangelo, you can see the Arno and the various bridges that cross it. The one that looks like it has houses with windows built in is the Ponte Vecchio. Lined with jewelry shops and souvenir stands now, it was built in the 14th century.
This blog started as a chronicle of cross-country and European travels before business school. It's since morphed into an occasional dip into ballpark trips and foodie ventures, and now we take a big hop across the pond for a new European adventure. Come along for the tour!