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... uphill like Siena and with its less impressive duomo. After the uphill walk to the central piazza duomo, the main attraction was the gelato. Apparently, the was a special one created for Michelle Obama called "Michelle" but she didn't get here to sample it. Those who had the gelato say it was delicious. But the real highlight of the visit to San Gi had to be the visit to a working winery on the outskirts of San Gi where we were given a tour of ...
Sadly we are to depart Camogli and the magnificent Cenobio di Dogi. On checking out I find that someone with a taste for Campari & soda has booked up 120 euros of drinks to our room number. Without too much hassle they remove the charges as I guess they realised I wasn't a Campari type of guy. They are very apologetic and provide us with a courtesy van to get our ever increasing luggage up the hill to the Stazione. We are soon on our way ...
... a Michelangelo designed courtyard. We then wind down the cypress lined streets and lanes, passing through vine tunnels just as Dan Brown described and searching from grotto to grotto for the one we think may be the featured grotto where the entrance to the Vasari corridor is. We reach the Porto Roma at the far end of the gardens before returning in the now fading early evening light. On exiting the Palazzo Pitti we see a grotto ...
... In this residential area, the mounds of trash in the bins are quite visible by late in the day; however, the young mayor of Florence, only 38 years old, doesn't want the smells of trash to spoil the historical center, so that part of the city has new state-of-the-art sets of bins, color-coded for sorting. Recyclables go down the chutes and immediately to underground holding areas until they are cleaned out at regular intervals--no visible sights of overloaded bins of trash and no ...
... of the statue of David. Michelangelo was an interesting fellow. He worked on David when he was young and was enjoying his work when he was noticed by a pope. The pope asked him to work on his tomb, telling him there would be so many statues he could make for it but when he got to Rome the pope said no, paint the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo said he wasn't a painter, but the pope said "I'm paying you, so you'll paint". So Michelangelo got his revenge - he used blue ...