Le Tre Stanze
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... New York, although apparently it started here in Florence. It's basically like an upscale market with fish shops, butchers, fresh pasta stalls etc, where you can not only shop but get a meal. Was a little hard to do with the kids as we had to go to different counters to order the meals we wanted, and a different one again for drinks so there was a bit of waiting, walking and sitting around but the food was pretty good. All in need of a good nights sleep after ...
... Waited for the train...a few words I could't read on the screen???? Not too many trains showing as going to the airport. Asked a stranger, he said that due to the strike, you need to go to the next station and then change platforms.
Hmmm, still seems OK, it's only 12:00.
Get off at Gare deNord, where there are signs and people helping to get everyone to the right platform. Lugging all the luggage around is getting a ...
... and I was headed to the Santa Maria Novella area. I walked through here from the train station last Wednesday. Ultimately, I wanted to be at Fortezza da Basso at 3 PM to go to Shops and the City that I had read about online. I wanted to see inside the Basilica but again they charge so I just couldn't do it—ha! I decided to walk to a couple other sites mentioned in my book; both looked like they were on the way towards the Fortezza, ...
... were plenty of people who were shocked at these statues back then too.
And that was what was the beauty of the Renaissance: people were willing to take risks--even risk their lives in expressing themselves and breaking outside of the stiff taboos and cultural norms. Eventually this freedom and risk taking spread beyond art to other aspects of society... gradually bringing us to where we are today.
This makes me think of another part of the world ...
... at McGill university in Canada--is that Toronto or Montreal?
2. Canada-- Canada's name I never learned as she did not participate as much in class so I know little about her other than that English is her mother tongue. My first week was her last.
3. Germany-Essen --one of 2 German classmates, this is Alex, a 40 year old flight attendant on her second and last week of beginning Italian lessons. She works for Lufthansa and is based in Essen, Germany.