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... so we went straight to Sarah's favorite gelato place. Oh my goodness. Italian gelato is the best thing I have eaten in my entire life. It's so creamy and rich! I had dark chocolate and mint chocolate chip on a waffle cone and will have that everyday until I leave. Throughout the day, we walked to many different Piazzas, which are big squares of street surrounded by huge buildings. Each was different, with specific marks to them, but were also somewhat similar. We went to the Duomo, ...
... caught the no 12 bus up to Piazzole Michelangelo.
It took about 20 minutes so the sun was beginnnig to set when we got there.
There were quite a few people there but plenty of room to pop to a vantage point, take a few photos and move ...
... there as long as you can!
41) Heat! Cannot be turned on until November 1st and has to be 20c or colder for it to work...
42) Everyone knows YOU ARE AMERICAN, so STOP trying to fit it because it's not working
43) Stop "running" everywhere! It takes an Italian 45 minutes to literally walk one block!
44) "Ciao" - A word used for everything, all the way from "Hello" to "Where's the Bathroom"
45) Have to order Big Kid Meals - Haven't found a restaurant yet ...
... and Tuesday we traveled to San Gimingnano. So I have a lot of catching up to do in posting photos, etc. Today we are going to Radda and tomorrow to Montepulciano before getting the plane on Friday for Nice and my official vacation through July 24th.
Please forgive the sporadic blogs in advance as we will mostly be on the road and I have no clue how good our Internet connection will be. So there may be more photos than story!
Ciao for now!
... rest of the group and all went into Santa Maria Novella, which was unbelievable. A 13-century church built on a 10-century cemetery and site, it housed original paintings on which Michelangelo worked, and stained glass windows, frescos, sculptures and tombs from the 11-16 centuries. Just fascinating. Afterward, we ate dinner on the piazza then headed back to the apartment to relax for the rest of the evening. Another Florentine day ...