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... I was in desperate need of a steak and Jess had been told to have a Florentine steak so we shared one of these (luckily because it was a huge!! 1kg steak...) after grabbing a gelato we sat down in one of the piazzas and listened to some street music - It was perfect! I'd been reading about the Florence Duomo (Cathedral) before I arrived and there is two not very well know stories about the Duomo and I wanted to go and suss them out... 1) Back in the year 1600 a ...
... at first when we didn't realize that we needed to validate our tickets before getting on the train, but we got it sorted out eventually. After getting off the train we walked about a mile to a small pebbly beach where we ate pizza, collected sea glass, and swam in the Mediterranean Sea. We were all fairly exhausted by the time we got back to our apartments, but when else will I get to experience these trips?
Wednesday, API hosted a ...
... other hand, were remarkably powerful. The exhibit is in partnership with the Getty Museum and the National Gallery of Art and is the first international exhibit of this kind. It will return to the US and the National Gallery after leaving Florence in two weeks. I could not take any pictures but here is a link to the Getty page with images of some of the sculptures.
We then went to the Museo ...
... simple (I know, surprising!). They sampled a panini with Tuscan bread and Italian meats. My mom and myself got Prosciutto (Italian ham) and my Dad got salami. They really enjoyed it.Tuesday night, we took a bottle of Champagne up to Piazzale Michelangelo, the hill that overlooks Florence and then to Gusta Pizza, the best pizza place in Florence (in my opinion). Wednesday, we all took a day trip to Pisa to see the tower lean for ourselves. There is not much to do in ...
It's Saturday, and we're off to Chianti for a wine tour. Matteo was our guide (a professional wine sommelier with a great personality). There were five other people in our van. Unfortunately, it rained for a while, but that didn't stop us from tasting some fabulous wine, cheeses, meats, bread, and olive oil. Thankfully, the sun came out by the time we ate lunch.
We visited two wineries - a Chianti winery and a ...