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... were so many paintings in there I love (Doni Tondo, Venus of Urbino, Medusa, the Medici Vase) and some new found favourites. It was incredible to see these artists works and others; de Vinci, Ruebens, Raphael. All in one place! Poor Nic was not as awestruck as I was, but we both enjoyed walking through and looking at those beautiful beautiful works of art. We were exhausted when we got back, a quick trip I the supermarket, and it was sleep ...
We woke up early this morning because we all wanted to have enough time to see the Duomo. It was the most prominent building in Florence and it wouldn't be a proper trip without seeing it. We packed up all our things and had breakfast, where I was able to talk to Jonathan for a little bit. We decided it would be smart to figure out our train tickets first before we did anything else so we went to the train station and after asking around, we bought our tickets to rio maggiore. We got ...
... and not actually seeing, the brilliant lights that night.
When the lights finally ended, and the city smelled of damp sulfur, people shuffled out of the city center, sometimes carrying dripping gelati or entire bottles of beer. We made it home around midnight, allowing me just enough time to brush my teeth and collapse into bed while still getting enough sleep to make it wide-eyed to work the next morning.
... Ponte Vecchio and had a romantic moonlit walk along the river. As we are heading back to the hostel, we passed by Piazza della Republica and the antique carousel. There were music coming from the carousel and this one touristy couple near us started spinning each other around and dancing. It was really cute. Tomorrow is another long day ahead of us so we called it a night when we got back to our hostel.
... the deceased. So sad, no hope.
While Rick and I were in the Chapel of the Princes we could hear some wonderful pipe organ music and fantastic vocals. We thought at first that it might be a recording but then realized it was live music coming from the adjacent Church of San Lorenzo. We left the Medici Chapel and walked around the building to the ...