Villa La Vedetta
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... but another tourist nearly caused an accident turning left from the right lane. I had a few words for him – and was embarrassed to see him at Antinori. Good thing he couldn’t hear me…..but really??
Antinori is located in Bargino, on a sloping hill off the A1 from Firenze to Siena. The sensual curve of the building is in perfect harmony with the sloping hillside. Steel, glass, terracotta, and concrete ...
I don’t know why but I often think of the Volturi when I come to Florence. Probably because I believe the Medici inspired Stephanie Myer in some way-it does make sense.
Florence is as beautiful as ever and I can’t believe I will be living here soon for a couple of months. To be in a city that was once the heart of the Renaissance; I am so very lucky. :)
Not much happened this time round in Florence except I ...
... We also saw the only painting that Michelangelo ever painted that was not a fresco.
We had a small breakfast and then headed for the Vasari Corridor built between April and September in 1564. It runs from the Palazzo Vecchio, through the Uffizi Gallery, along the River Arno, over the Ponte Vecchio, through the front of a church and eventually into the Pitti Palace of the Medici. It was built so that the Medici rulers could ...
My mom is finally here! I think it's safe to say that I've been through a lot these past couple weeks with first being sick, and then being blessed with hives everyday from the medicine that I've been taking. The medicine really made me feel better, but I can't take it anymore because of the allergic reactions. Double whammy. I really haven't been able to catch break in a long time. And along with other typical Brooke dramas, I was really needing my mom. I ...
... although a little too cold) and fantastic pastries.
Reinvigorated, we headed to the Cupola del Brunelleschi (Florence Cathedral). Walked through the usual narrow Italian streets. Came across a flea market but mostly selling junk.
I have broken the blog entry into 2 bits with the second bit with pictures of the cupola, so that its easier to digest.