Acacia, your home in Florence!
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... the weather was perfect. Suddenly Sarah alerted Mal and I to the presence of Max from the leather shop. We were on the other side of town! I looked, and sure enough, there he was, earbud in and evidently waiting for someone. We were talking about how weird it was when he discovered our presence as well. He approached our table and, thankfully, wasn’t as strange as before. He gave us a little history about the area in which we were dining. ...
... BS, and my friends and I actually make constant conversation during every meal. It'll be a weird adjustment being able to text or call someone whenever I want or need to, but I really really want to be better about not using my phone when I'm out to eat when I get back to America.
... adventurous also. We loved the very civilised practice that many of the bars employ of offering a counter full of tapas sized bites to eat if you purchase a drink. For us this was more than an adequate supper for the price of a Mojito, or two. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Florence high five ~ Tutti bene. Oct. 7 ~ 11 From our window we see terracotta tiled roofs and ochre walls glowing in the early morning light - the classic colours of Tuscany. Very ...
... the right hand on the statue looked disproportionate to the rest of the statue (it's too big!). I'll post a pic and you can decide for yourself. The David statue is the showpiece of the museum. Michaelangelo started his craft here (took an apprenticeship at school) in Florence to the disappointment of his father. He thought crafting (it wasn't called sculpting then) was beneath the family roots.
We walked by the Duomo on ...
... in that frame, around $500.
So guess what he left on the Vespa tour!!! His glasses. Fortunately, Keith found them and said he'd leave them at our hotel in Florence.
So here we are in Florence, we walked to the hotel, no glasses. We finally reached Keith, he's on a tour and won't be back until 5. So, we're leaving Florence without the glasses. He's going to mail them home. Jim did learn a lesson ...