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Travel Blogs from Florence
... and Santa Reparata and Joel was keen enough to run up the clock tower while us girls waited at the bottom.
Then we headed over the Leonardo Da Vinci museum getting first a bit lost but then pointed the right direction by a local. The museum houses many of his designs of machines and also had many interactive models. We watched part of a documentary about his life, was interesting to see how he influenced warfare especially in his designs of bird ...
... to go to Florence. The car can only seat 5, so when we go anywhere two trips have to be made. Hans drove Pam and me into Figline, where we would be catching the train to Florence, then drove back to the villa to pick up the others. We bought the train tickets for everyone, then decided to go check out a nearby grocery store while we waited for the others to arrive. On our way back to the train station we noticed a bike store. We stopped and asked the man there if he ...
... glad to see our other roomies made it home as
well! The stories that were told this morning, made it seem like both of
us had a great night. Jenna, Dani, and Lauryn stole a rolling rack to
hang clothes over and tipped over a homeless guy's bike, and Stephanie
and myself were VIP Americana all night long getting free drinks! We are all staying in
tonight and resting for our trip to Cinque Terre tomorrow bright and
... collection. The Medici family ruled Florence for a long period of tim around 2 centuries. Boy, did they get up to mischievous! My highlight o this gallery was seeing a couple of paintings by Rembrandt. After learning a little about the Medici family Sam and I decided we wanted to go to the Cappelle Medici. Now talk about extravagant. Basically this is a crypt attached to a church where over fifty of the lesser Medici are buried. One of the tombs was designed and ...
... who when confronted with nudity in tasteful public art, tend to blush and act like they've never seen a man's package before, giggling like a pack of little school girls.
While the idea of a business trip to Italy sounds like the ultimate getaway, nothing more than an all-expenses-paid boondoggle, each working day here averaged about 10 hours of intense meetings, preceded and followed by an hour or so of prep/checking emails back at the hotel. ...
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