Le Tre Stanze
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... for dinner. I snuck in a bottle of wine to bring home & some pappardelle pasta, I knew I was pushing my limits on buying more to carry home.
Walking back to the hotel we noticed that many of the restaurants were closed because they go on holiday in August. Back at the room, we enjoyed some artichoke hearts, salami, cheese & wine & then headed out for a 20 minute walk to a place Jeff had heard of. I went ...
... to keep everything in my stomach down.
I'm going to make it, I'm going to make it.
I underestimated my athletic capabilities...
I'll spare you the graphic details, but my friends. I have never gotten sick like that in my life. And I don't think Claudia's first floor has ever been covered in that much gastrointestinal fluid.
I heaved in the toilet for ten minutes, arms, face, clothes, everything covered in what I ...
22 March Saturday
We had booked an early entry in Galleria Academia, 8.30am, and it was good idea. We could
look at David with only 5-10 people around. Half an hour later there were 30-40. It is a spectacularly beautiful sculpture, the detail and size. We wandered around for maybe 45 minutes after looking at mediaeval religious painting mainly; very different than the
Renaissance paintings, very flat and an unattractive ...
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The bridge was originally built to link two palaces, Palazzo Vecchio and on the other side of the river, Palazzo Pitti. It has jewellery shops both sides and the shops cantilever over the edge of the bridge. This gives it a very distinctive look. In the early days, these shops were all butcher shops, but ...
... the trip down. With legs of jelly and singing the Lord's Prayer (so I wouldn't miss a step with my lack of depth perception) I made the dizzying descent. (And immediately went search of the closest toilet!! Supreme luxury with chrome shining everywhere at one euro I stayed for as long as I could!). Lunch of meatballs AND vegetables lulled me into a false sense of comfort ignoring what was to come for the afternoon. The Ponte Veccio ...