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... walk back to the hotel slowly, enjoying the somewhat deserted streets of Florence…..IT IS LATE PEOPLE…..GO TO BED! These Florentine’s stay up to all hours of the night. The Duomo at night is magnificent. The Ponte Vecchio has a few couples strolling hand in hand loving one another’s company. We try to take it all in and finally reach the hotel…DONE IN!
Fun, sometimes, can be exhausting! So plans for tomorrow? ...
... everywhere we stop, like she's observing me while she plays with her necklace, maybe my mind is playing tricks on me though. But I hope not, because that would mean those winged baboons attacking Maddi aren't real and are just a figment of my imagination.
This tour finishes with a leather demonstration, it ***** all over the lace demonstration like a bird does a new car. The chick running the demonstration is on point, she's Brazilian, Ganzer remarks that ...
... lucky, you might get to see someone making something interesting. We did get to see the artist at work, and we also stopped in to a store where they make gorgeous etchings, also on site. I really liked the etchings, but they were understandably pretty expensive, so I did not buy anything. My jet lagged brain was very tired trying to keep up with the Italian language. It's exhausting. Jake announced that he wants to learn Italian and live in Italy. I have no problem ...
... The Florence Fine Arts Commission has access and only on Monday, Tuesday and Saturday for visitors. I did get to see two other works by Ghirlandaio. I will take additional photos off the Internet for my show on Ghirlandaio that I am planning. Then I went to the train station and took over a hundred photos for a future show on the Florence Main Station, Santa Maria Novella. I will focus on how to take a train ...
... Hard not to have a sense of excitement about it with her around saying these things.
Roberta leads us around the main masterpieces of the Uffizi, tells us who commissioned the paintings, where to look in the painting to see the painters /commissioners portraits and the meaning behind the colors and figures..interspersed of course by questions from Raymondo, what kind of wood is this he says pointing to the celling? Roberta did not miss a beat, ...