La Signoria di Firenze B&B
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... I digress. The platter of deli meats is beautiful, so naturally…I go STRAIGHT for the Prosciutto (Momma didn’t raise no fool). After the meats, a hot bowl of fresh pasta…HOT…FRESH… (Pasta made with eggs, JUST like Mom’s). The meat sauce was sublime. Oh, did I mention Norma is a vegetarian?? YEAH!!! Again, just saying! After the pasta homemade Florentine Polenta … OMFG … SO GOOD!!! The ...
... everywhere we stop, like she's observing me while she plays with her necklace, maybe my mind is playing tricks on me though. But I hope not, because that would mean those winged baboons attacking Maddi aren't real and are just a figment of my imagination.
This tour finishes with a leather demonstration, it ***** all over the lace demonstration like a bird does a new car. The chick running the demonstration is on point, she's Brazilian, Ganzer remarks that ...
Monday was spent in Venice, packing up and heading to Florence. The train system in Italy is very impressive – we caught a high-speed train going at around 300km/hr and it only took us a few hours to get from one side of the country to the other. In first class (we are first class because we have an EU Rail Pass, not because we are moving up in the world) we are usually surrounded by business people on lap tops wearing ...
... because he needs no armor to fight the giant, and his hands and head are disproportionate because he was originally designed to be seen from the top of the church, from where he would be seen as perfect. He was hugely representative to the people of the Renaissance, because they felt like small Davids, or underdogs, fighting the giants, or the aristocrats. He's empowering, even today. Michael Angelo had a whole array of amazing sculptures, all ...
... The buildings straight ahead were beautiful and had near symmetry (symmetry being a common trait of architecture from then renaissance period.) Next we walked to the famous Spanish Steps and we climbed all 138 of them. These steps are very famous because many artists hung out. Many English writers also enjoyed spending time here to find inspiration and drink tea in one of the Babington tea rooms.