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... nearly 500 years old (finished in 1504).
The last two pictures illustrate a piece of more modern history. They are of the Ponte Vecchio, the most famous bridge in Florence and even the world. The first picture is one I took and posted in an earlier blog update. The second (black and white) is of the Ponte Vecchio in 1944. Once it was clear that the Allied forces of the Second World War were approaching from the south, the Nazis began ...
... hoped I didnt frighten too many children before I had my game face on, ditched Metro plans and hailed a cab from the end of the street and made it to the Termini and on to the train by 7.10 !! Howzat. Fortunately our carriage only sparsely populated so while Rex went to the buffet car in search of brekky, I applied makeup - no mean feat at 250kph let me tell you.
We were in Florence by 8.55 am and had a lovely time wandering around the ...
So I woke up on time to go to church this morning it as I got to the church I realized that my shoulders were showing and they are very modest here especially for entering religious areas. So instead I spent most if the day walking around the city. I walked around finding where my classes were, then went to the local grocery store. I also found 2 bead shops! The first was a ...
... master Benozzo Gozzoli, including the Journey of the Magi, painted between 1459 and 1461. Also on display is a striking Madonna and Child panel painted by Filippo Lippi, in 1460. Another highlight of this palazzo are the Baroque-style ceiling frescoes by Luca Giordano, which cover the vaulted ceiling in a room that bears a slight resemblance to the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, but much smaller in ...
... another hot day...37 to be sure! Not far in the distance was the town San Gimignano, one of Tuscany's best preserved Midevil towns.It is nick named "Midevil Manhattan" for the towers that it has. The town is a small village with picturesque shops, streets and beautiful frescos. We walked up Main Street filled with shops selling leather, food ( typical food including wild boar salami) and cheeses. This lead to the main square where we stopped to have another Gellato (I had wine ...