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Two days ago we looked at the Uffizi gallery. There were many paintings of faces that were quite similar. We spent three hours there. I didn't feel well so I mostly stayed home that day.
The next day we went to Siena and saw the Siena Duomo (church) and the Campo (town square). Twice a year there is a horse race around the Campo three times. The Duomo has heaps of arches and black and white stripes.
Then we took a bus to San Gimignano. I liked ...
We then entered the Sistine Chapel with the famous ceiling painted by Michelangelo where pictures are not allowed. He spent a number of years of his life painting the ceiling depicting scenes from the old and New Testament. He came back as an old man and painted the sidewall depicting Christ in heaven on judgment day. All his paintings were nude and many years later some ...
... and shopping. We shopped in the campo di fiord section, both of us purchasing shirts, and I bought a scarf. At 7 we met our group for a champagne toast. Audrey passed out presents. A brownish/copper colored scarf for me, a t-shirt with ciao Bella on it for Brandi. The couples got bread baskets and ceramic utensils. Dinner was my least favorite of the group, as the wine did not taste as smooth and the meals were average. After numerous photo ops, we said our ...
They finally made it!
Mom, Dad, Megan, and Alex made it to Rome! We hit the ground running when they got here, and left for Florence the next morning! I spent the day showing the stuff that I had seen and knew about: we climbed the Duomo, and saw Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistry of S. Giovanni, and various museums. The second and final day in Florence we experienced Piazzale Michelangelo, which is a great overlook of Florence, Ponte Vecchio (or Old ...
... buses overlaying both trams and Metro to complete the coverage, one probably doesn't have to walk more than 500 metres to catch at least one of those forms of transport. Buses and trams are not as quick as the Metro because they have to deal with Rome's traffic, its lights and its pedestrians, but they do give you a view of the city rather than the inside of a tunnel.
We did the touristy things in the first section of our stay ...