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... in, is the Duomo, Baptistery and Belltower. The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore "Duomo"was begun at the end of the 13th century by Arnolfo di Cambio, but the magnificent Renaissance dome which dominates the exterior wasn't completed until the 15th century when Filippo Brunelleschi figured out how to do it. A statue to each of these important architects can be found outside to the right of the cathedral, So it took two centuries for the cathedral to be ...
... I wasn't feeling the grog this night but was happy to watch the so called entertainment on the stage. After about an hour, I couldn't have been more sober, I didn't know where the girls had gone, and next minute I look down at the kareoke stage and there I see a few of them singing their hearts out. This was amusing. Then I see Georgia and Josh heading on to the stage... I couldn't believe my eyes (this would be sober Georgia's nightmare), they sung Bon Jovi - ...
We are off to the Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens today and to a very special dinner Greg and Todd had arranged as a Christmas present for us at the at the Il Palagio restaurant which is in the Four Seasons Hotel.
We had planned to visit Boboli Gardens in the afternoon yesterday, but with lightning and thunder in the area we decided being on top of an exposed hill was not a good idea. So this morning we head to the Gardens crossing the Ponte Vecchio with ...
... would not be out of the question. If someone from Regina wanted to go to Saskatoon, it would cost around 45 dollars for the tank of gas, unfortunately Saskatoon is not Florence, and Regina is not Rome. Onto our day. Weather: cooler than Rome, not much cooler. Food: we took on the pizza lifestyle again, I feel as if we are disciples of the Italy Pizza church, similar to the Vatican, the Pizza church has a pope, however J and I are just a bishop and a nun. ...
... delivered to the table next to us. It looked to be pasta with a very dark meat topping, which we found out was pappardelle with chianti beef...it was very good. I had tortoloni with truffle and porcini mushroom sauce...very rich and very yummy.
After dinner, we picked up a bottle of wine, a small chocolate bar and headed to the roof of our B&B to watch the sunset and listen to the many church bells ringing throughout the city. Welcome to Italy!