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... Zia Nanina. Piero and his children Camilla, Francesco and Marco were there. Alita prepared a lovely lunch once again. My Aunt is old and very focused on her ailments but let’s hope she is okay until next time. It has gotten darker and colder as the day has progressed so it is nice to be home in the warmth of our Ambra home.
17 November 2014
We woke up and got organized to go into Florence for the last time this morning. It was overcast but fine. All went ...
... You can't even look at something with getting jumped on by the sales guy. We'll be back with a strategy later in the week so stay tuned for that. Dinner tonight was a bit of a treat and just steps away from the Duomo at Osteria Della O'lio. We shared several courses of stuffed eggplant, goose prosciutto and the famous Florentine steak. Everything tasted as good as it sounds and was a great way to end such an up and down ...
... he likes it;) Florence didn't take too long to get to and we arrived around 1. They let us check in a bit early and informed us that we won the suite. Aweome! The room was fantastic. It had wood floors and a walk-in closet. After dropping our things we ventured out into the hot, 95 degree weather (with humidity - I don't know what percent but it felt like a hot day in Virginia). There are lots of things to see in Florence. We were tired of touring museums ...
... and the Italian communist leader grimsch are buried!beautifully located up!a gently sloping hill with perfectly maintained grounds full of trees and shrubs and flowers.And a nice drive through an upperclass area called Aventina with beautiful,ochre and orangy villas and old churches and convents , Roman drinking fount and the giardino degli aranci, the orange garden.
And that is Rome,time's up! when will I see you again lovely Rome?
... is a museum, with rooms preserved and/or decorated the way they were in the Medici era and a few grandiose rooms from when the french King Charles VIII took control of Florence. Downstairs there are two courtyards dedicated to sculpture, one is quite a pleasant garden if it weren't for all the sculptures of nude chicks around. There are also several rooms dedicated to modern art, which I'm sorry to say isn't nearly as fascinating as the classical stuff. Maybe I just don't ...