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"To see the world, things dangerous to come to. To see behind walls, to draw closer, to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of life." Life Magazine Logo, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Florence was one of those places where we definitely didn't spend enough time. We arrived in the afternoon to meet a real italian mama. Marcella grabbed Jake's (or Jacubo's) hand and welcomed us to our place - in half english, half italian ...
... were both too tired to go anywhere so we did call it dinner.
Guess we were too busy trying to figure out to negotiate the train to take pictures so we have none. One curious and annoying fact we have observed about Italy is signage for information or directions is often simply incomplete or missing, even in Italian. The result is a state of confusion for visitors. Sooner or later everyone figures it out.
... downing the calamari with some draft beer from the bar across the way, we made our way to the Accademia, a 10-minute walk to the east of the market.
In 1563, Florence's Academy of Fine Arts was founded here as the first school in Europe devoted to teaching the techniques of painting and sculpture; and its collection of artwork was started in the 18th-century to use for instructional purposes. Nowadays, however, ...
... control, organize, and have our world go smoothly. In the Italian make up there is no control gene and so we have been learning to ‘go with the flow’. The train timetable says the train is leaving from Platform 3 but we are the only people standing on platform 3. Hmmmm, the synapses begin to work and we decided that we best check. Sure enough the platform number has changed without warning, randomly, so we have to run madly to the ...
... jewelry shops and our favourite- the Lindt chocolate shop- you'd be in heaven Patrick!!! We stopped for a drink in the Piazza Della Repubblica before making our way to find Porcospina ( English translation porcupine ). Our waiter was charming and we devoured our pasta and wine, finishing with a tiramisu... Laura let me know my ragu was tastier and being a tiramisu lover I think mine wins!!! Will continue to find one better!! We are looking forward to exploring more tomorrow ...