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Today we were off to Florence! We had a local guided tour around the town which was great, then we went later on to the Uffizi Gallery...it houses original works by Botticelli (Birth of Venus), Leonardo's 'The Annunciation', & Michaelango's 'Tondo Doni'...we wandered down later to the Galleria dell' Accademia and saw the staggering original 'David' sculpture, he is 516cm tall and weighs 5660kg - it is truely beautiful to ...
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I had arranged ahead of time to attend a dinner with one of the local "contrade" which are communities of Siena. I was assigned to the "Contrada Sovrana dell' Istrice" - The Porcupines. I found a scarf for my group and looked forward to the evening. This is VERY serious business. I didn't realize that the Palio is such a passionate event based on contrada pride! ...
... that inside the mall, at the opposite end, was a HUGE escalator comprising about 7 regular sized escalators that took us up to the top of the plateau where the city proper sits. Once there, it was a pretty easy walk into the city center and to our B&B. Since it's just a little place, they don't have a manned front desk all the time, so we had to call for service. Well, poo. That stupid iPhone still hasn't been unlocked. So we walked down ...
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We could have enjoyed spending much more time seeing the many great sights of Rome, but we did have to move on. Our rental car was delivered to the hotel, and while Mark didn't get the birthday bonus of an Audi upgrade, the car (a Citroen) turned out to be brand new, with only 10 km and not a scratch on it. That was a bit unnerving, especially as we faced our inaugural driving experience in Italy on the streets of Rome!