Toscani Da Sempre Locanda Con Cucina
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... of Botticelli, da Vinci, and Micheangelo. It's one thing having repeatedly seen their work in school books and an entirely different thing to see them in person. I was so glad Mark was busy with the audio tour I had downloaded for him so I didn't have to speak. How incredible that these treasures still exist. Just as we were about to exit the museum, a freakish dark cloud darkened the sky over the city and brought rain ...
... and he thinks it may be from looking up so much at all of the artwork which is mounted high at the museums so he is taking a bath. We enjoyed the day even though it rained some. We came close to buying ceramic ware but changed our minds. Mark found a ring he likes and thought it would be around $300 and he would haggle the price down. I told him it would be much higher than that. Sure enough they wanted over a $1000 after subtracting discounts. So no rings for ...
If I were to describe Florence I would say it is a soft, delicate and very beautiful city. It is almost like Rome is a man and Florence is a woman. I know that's a weird description but that's how I felt. After spending the majority of the day in Pisa we spent that night meeting new people in our hostel. We met some really nice people, those to mention were Sophie (an American singer song writer), Thomaz (Brazilian student studying in Germany) and Ben (Aussie on a ...
We had a bit of a delay leaving Roma as the car hire was on Italian time not international but we made it. I picked up a Hyundai i30 wagon and the bike bag was able to slide in through the back seat after taking some of the padding out. Driving out of Rome was considerably easy as the roads were wide and I was following other traffic but there were a few hairy moments as of the tight squeeze of three cars trying to fit into two lanes.
Onto the motorway and ...
... in Italy. It was a fun city, and felt like one of those strange cities I would vacation to in America with my family, that most families don’t usually vacation to, like Kansas City. It is sort of an undiscovered gem. There was so much to do. It has a great balance of beauty and practicality, history and modernity. It wasn’t a typical, romantic Italian city, but it still had charm and character. I was sad to leave, but the next stop was sunny, Amalfi ...