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... get together. I’m SO TIRED….but…when am I going to get the chance again? SO…..we’re off to Norma’s house for dinner!!
OK…Norma literally had 20 minutes to prepare for dinner (there were a few back and forth messages etc). WHAT A MEAL! Does my family know how to cook?? You bet your sweet Nonna they do!!
We arrive at Norma & Massimo’s apartment around 8-ish; they live a ...
... it's been so far. I'm in a ****** mood by the time the walking tour starts, I hate myself for trying to jump that pool fence, pretty annoyed I didn't spark up a conversation with Victoria on the bus, very annoyed with the amount of *****ing between the girls in the group. And at times, contemplating punching Maddi in the throat to stop the incessant, deafening, unintelligent noise that is her voice. My knee is sore to the point I doubt anyone else would actually ...
Back at the hotel, Lynda & I had the windows open to cool the room - reading & checking emails - until the mozzies came in! Slapping and grasping at them we managed to lower the numbers and decided the window needed to remain closed. A search for the air-con remote was fruitless so Lynda went to reception to ask.... nope, it was dead so there was no control. A stuffy room but some tired travellers so we knew we'd sleep OK. Ready for another day of adventure!
... the earlier work in marble (1408-12), and the more famous version executed in bronze in 1440. There are also a famous bronze of Mercury by Giambologna from 1564, and Donatello's original sculpture of St. George (1416-20), on display.
Scattered around the porticos of the courtyard are numerous other works in marble or bronze, all of which are impressive, including many figures from Greek mythology. We ...
... drenched. I was happy to be on the bus with air conditioning when it arrived!
Now driving out of Florence, I'm sad to leave. This city is so walking friendly and and jam packed with history. Michelangelo's David, the Duomo bell tower designed by Giotto and so many buildings built by the Medici family are all here. The intricate building designs and narrow winding streets just give the place so ...