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Another great walk in the morning, these hills are challenging. Then off to Radda, for a somewhat disappointing lunch, our first let down on meals. We visited a vineyard after and the owner gave us a good tip about the mid evil city of Vertine. Built in 970, it is small and charming. It was raining a bit but turned into a beautiful day. We had a coffee and went on to ...
... We did a bit more shopping, first to get my Italian textbook, and then in another little department store we found, where I got some nail polish, and then we went to the leather store we went to about five years ago. My mom got a new leather jacket, and the lady was SO sweet, so we were very excited. Then we went to get something sweet and caffeinated. We went to this place called Giubbe Rosse Caffe that we've walked by a few times. It's in Piazza della Republica right by ...
I actually got a good night sleep for our last full day in Florence, which gave me ample energy to sit all day listening about endocrinology! I spent the entire day at ICE, so unfortunately I do not have much to report about this day in Florence. For those of you who are interested about endocrinology and vitamin D... keep reading!
The last full day at the conference had the majority of the vitamin D talks, so you could pretty much expect me to be ...
... getting stepped all over. Oh and after the Jersey Shore had all but cleared out Mike the Situation walks back in and comes up to our VIP area (yes, Mine. I was there first.) and he makes out with like 3 or 4 different girls within minutes of each other and I'm pretty sure they were all friends. Okay for starters GROSSSS.... You have no idea where his mouth has been or what nasty diseases you could be getting. and Second why would you go anywhere near a ...
... that the Duomo had to offer today. After leaving the Duomo, I again took my friend's advice and headed to Orsanmichele, a small church that had been converted from a grain market into a church between 1380 and 1404. The inside was magnificent. I only got one picture before being told that no pictures were allowed (I didn't see any signs), but it was just gorgeous. The inside of the church was all stone and there were two
altars. One was ...
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