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... they realized what they had turned down years later and wanted it back.
From here we walked more of Venice learning of the Medici family’s coming to power and seeing many of the additions that they made to Florence including palaces and even their own private walkway across the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge that still exists today above this famous bridge. Our walk had brought us to the Accademia Gallery where among other works of art ...
... with me by noting the emergence of people being
bi- and trilingual these days.
Wandering the back alleys. I stumbled upon a cramped tea
shop, rushing in to sample the beverages and look at the prices. The inside of
Tealicious was nothing more than a couch, a shelf with metal tins and a small
woman named Marcela. She greeted me with a huge smile, asking which language we
would be speaking in, being able to choose between ...
... we were done we looked at the board again and saw our train had arrived. We made out way to bay 15, car 8, and found out seats. It was comfortable and easy. It made me think how America is so behind in transportation and how upsetting that is. It's easy, cheap, comfortable, and fast. Such a great way to travel, I imagine even in longer distances across America, or even between states and cities. We left the train soon after we got on and we were on ...
To meet Laura's new friend Matteo Crocci, an artist who lives in Prato just outside of Florence, we traveled to the beautiful Tuscan town of Colle di Val D'Elsa, about an hour south of the city of Florence. The day was rainy, cold, and poor friend Luca had a terrible drive and time finding the gallery. We did find it and had a lovely interview on video with Matteo and the gallery owner. Then lunch in town and miraculously the rain stopped long enough to provide ...
We got into Florence early afternoon and walked around with a tour guide to see the Duomo, outside the Uffizi gallery, the Loggia dei Lanzi museum (outdoor statue museum) and the statue of David. Florence is absolutly full of statues of people. We saw statues of well known people such as Gallilio to statues representing battles and then just plain weird statues of naked people doing strange things. We also went to the Ponte Vecchio which is a beautiful Medievil ...