La Loggia Bed & Breakfast
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Then we went to the gardens. They are on the world heritage listing for preservation. Just stunning. Though I'm sure they had a horse or two to get around. No walking like we did it, it would take all day. They would definitely need a team ...
I think maybe it's just the midterms that are stressing me out, but once I get to Friday, I'll have 10 days to go to Madrid, Paris, and beeaauutiful Polignano a Mare to answer to no one and it will be so glorious.
However, some days more than others I really feel like I am ready to go home. I still want to be here and I am forever grateful for this experience, but sometimes I just get SO excited to have those comforts from home ...
... in the leather and souvenir stores. When the time came to head back to the meeting point we walked down the passage that was blocked by police earlier and then made our way to the meeting point and the Hotel.
After having a rest in the hotel we set out again for our Tuscan Meal! We arrived and sat down in tables of 6 and the first thing we noticed was the mural of naked women around the ceiling of the restaurant. Around our end of the hall they ...
After lunch we headed to Santa Maria Novella nearby. Its fašade of white and green marble dates from 1470. The interior is Gothic and full of light and geometric patterns on the walls and floor. Suspended at the transept is a beautiful painted crucifix by Giotto and on one wall is the famous fresco of the trinity painted by Masaccio which caused such a stir in its day because it was the first use of perspective and ...
... is the Palazzo Vecchio with its tall tower. Inside is very beautiful too.
For dinner, my parents had recommended us a pizza restuarant close to Santa Maria Novella (the church that gives name to the central train station in Florence). A buffala mozzarella pizza was a very good way to end that first day in Florence.