Acacia, your home in Florence!
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... 13th century Dominican church is rich in art - there are crucifixes by Giotto and Brunelleschi, as well as a fesco called The Trinity by Masaccio (he also painted some of the frescoes in the Brancacci church, which I checked out on my first day here). The outside of the church is a very pretty mix of different styles. The church was great, but I was more excited to check out the Farmacia di Santa Maria Novella just a block away. This perfumery has long been run ...
... toget back to Florence.
Once back to Florence, basically outside of our back window in Piazza della Signiria, there was what must have been an Italian celebration. Hundreds of people in the square, a range of older Italian cars including a Bugatti and an Orchestra playing a range of music styles. We opened up the appartment for cooler air and listened to the proceedings.
Downer No. 3. Missed the train
We had been the only guests at Monica's until yesterday afternoon. At breakfast this morning we meet the new arrivals. They were (2) young men from Brussels. They spoke (3) languages so we had a pleasant talk with them.
In Venice you have to pay a visitors tax of 3 euro per person per night. Your host has to also take details of your Passports and send this information into the officials.
You do have to admire how ...
... to visit.
We walked around to other areas of old Florence and around supper, Jacob went to hang out with Nicco again while Marin and I went out for a delicious steak!
The next early afternoon, after reconnecting with Jacob we visited different museums and later walked across the Arno river and up the hill to Michaelangelo Plaza overlooking the city. A great view.
Off to Cinque Terre the next day.
... br> after a day of walking, we get the usual 0 minute rest when some in our group magically
shower and change.
AND, off we go to a Tuscan farm for an elegant multi dish Italian dinner, music supplied by 3 classical guitarists and a Mr. Swauve 60 year old singer with a great voice. He wooed our ladies with many kisses of their hands, dancing with them, displaying a huge smile (what man would