The museum itself is pretty tiny, but they do have a super cool "student" exhibit and one of the first upright pianos ever (neat!). I'd also recommend studying the "Prisoners" series (leading up to yhe David) . It was maybe my favorite thing in there.
Since we were over by the San Marco Museum, we wanted to check it out, but of course they were closed. Instead, we made our way to some piazzas, where we found an old orphanage and a farmers market before stumbling onto the only synagogue in Florence -- of course we went in.
After taking in some of our Jewish heritage, we grabbed a late lunch at a nearby trattoria, complete with the requisite wine, cheese and bruschetta.
Post lunch, we decided to wander a bit with the help of one Rick Steves. His "Renaissance walking tour of Florence" is fantastic. This was probably one of my favorite nights in Florence because the sunset was just so freakin' perfect. I mean...really. #NoFilter
We took one more long look at the Duomo before our last dinner in Firenze.
As you might imagine, we had to be rolled back to our hotel after dinner. Luckily it was nearby, as with most things in Florence. It was a great way to say goodbye to such a lovely little town.