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... br> - Boticelli's 'Primavera' which was the coming of Spring
- Boticelli's 'The Birth of Venus'
- Raphael's self portrait
- Paulo Uccello's 'The Battle of San Romano' (This painting is known for its inconsistencies with sizes of objects in congruence with distance.
There were MANY more pieces that were representative of medieval and renaissance.
We visited the Basilica of Santa Croce. This was a beautiful church where ...
... just might work! We go across the street – I try on a pair of boots…they fit. Do I like them….um, maybe? But they aren’t SPECTACULAR. I decide if I’m going to spend the money, they have to be AMAZINGLY SPECTACULAR! These aren’t. Pass.
Well, wouldn’t you know it….just around the corner and up the block is our ABSOLUTE FAVORITE Italian Enoteca, well in Italy that is … Le Volpi e l'Uva! ...
... in the San Lorenzo square & there were crowds of people everywhere. Had to laugh that they were playing American songs from the 50's & 60's. Decided to stop at a market & buy a bottle of wine. Back at the hotel, I couldn't get the wine open, so I went to the front desk to ask Luigi to help get it open, he did it! Sat in the lobby to FaceTime Jeff & had a glass of wine. It had been an awesome day in Italy ~ Ciao!
... pizzas that were popping-out of the ovens behind the counter. We shared a margherita pizza that was very good, then moved on to il Cioccolato e il Gelato, where we had a delicious cup of gelato for dessert.
After downing our pizza, beer and gelato, we made our way back to the Basilica di San Lorenzo for a tour of its interior. One of the largest churches in Florence, it was founded in the 4th-century, and in the 15th-century became the official church of ...
... Outside on the fašade, there are 14 niches each with a statue including Saint George (of St. George and the Dragon) by Donnatello (although it’s a copy—the real one is now in the Bargello Museum in Florence). I’d read online that there would be a performance of Gregorian Chants at the church this evening at 9:00 PM and even though this is late for me, I really wanted to go.
After lunch back at the apartment, ...