Le Stanze Dei Medici
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... were properly oriented to the city. It's really a very compact city, easy to cover on foot and very dense in terms of what it has on offer.
As we went to bed we checked the time and figured that Dad would have been in the air for a few hours. Assuming all goes smoothly, he should land in Rome a few hours ahead of us. Very much looking forward to seeing Dad, of course, but have loved having Mae Mae to myself this week. On to Rome!
... 8217;t a huge fan but I did try them and they were good. I also tried the sausage made of wild boar, and it really just tasted like pork.
The last part of our day was another winery tour in chianti classic. This is the area of chianti that was the original chianti area. Once it started to become popular and really good wines started to be produced, they decided to expand the chianti region and it was labeled with a lion. However, the original ...
... later on (& Wendy bought a couple of leather bags, for her and her Ash] We then proceeded on to visit the Basilica of Santa Croce to view the cathedral and wandered our way over to Palazzo Vecchio to see the statue of David by Michelangelo ( actually an exact replica as the original has been moved inside the museum at San Marco to preserve it) Along side the statue of David is also a statue of Hercules ( apparently very much disliked by the locals as it is ...
The alarm was set again. We needed time to pack and have breakfast before our 10:30 train to Firenze. Breakfast was, again copious, the owner very friendly, and we spent some last moments on our lovely balcony before checking out and catching our train.
We made it to Florence and found our apartment, near Santa Maria Novella station. The apartment wasn't ready yet, but the housekeeper let us in to drop our bags and use ...
... crowded my brain with? – He was the artist who designed the dome and crown of the great Basilica (cathedral) of San Maria Novella. It was started in 1246 and wasn’t finished until 114 years later so there were many people who would have worked on it for their whole lifetime but who would never see it complete.
Old Brunelleschi's didn’t do a bad job either; ...