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... we were able to get a really excellent explanation of the history of art, the different periods of art and the well known artists of those periods and explanations of their paintings. Francesca was fantastic, not only did she have excellent knowledge of all the artists and their works but she was also very entertaining in her presentation of the information. I believe. We were extremely lucky to have heras our guide both in the ...
... with the couple on the table next to us - Americans from North Carolina. John is/was a pioneer in MRI technology - a doctor who we could have sat and listened to all day ! He explained his field of medical science in such a simple way ! John and his wife, Polly, had a broad understanding of global politics - the 4 of us could have stayed at the cafe all afternoon chatting - but alas, that would probably have become boring for all of us ! And we had our next gig to get to ...
... thinking before or after David slew Goliath. We had a quick look through the rest of the museum… Some very old pictures but Ruby and I are not really the cultured type. I know that probably surprises you. We wandered the streets for a while and happened upon an incredibly grand cathedral, Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. We didn’t want to pay the 16 euros to look inside. We walked around Florence and looked ...
... trying to keep my hand steady as the bells of one church finished and another started!
I thought I could go through Villa Bardini into the Boboli Gardens, and the signs seemed to indicate that, but I never could find my way. So I ended up leaving from the same place that I entered and then since by now it was close enough to lunch time, I picked up some pizza-by-the-slice from a shop close to the apartment, brought it back to eat, and rested for a while.
... we went for a walkabout to see the city, snap a few photos and watch the people in the different palazzos. This is by far the largest city we have been but it has cool cobblestone streets and old buildings. A different, bigger city feel from the others we have visited thus far. An added bonus is we have a nice little wine bar right across the street/alley from our hotel which serves a great variety of tasty Italian wines.....YUMMY!