Relais Piazza Signoria
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... people-watched until 2 or 3 am.
Thursday was our second and last field trip. We met at 845 again, but the bus was actually on time. We first went to a restaurant that was about an hour or so way, where we were to have a presentation by the Carbinieri on stopping the illicit trade in cultural property. We actually got there an hour early, so had time to meander around the patio and hang out. There was a very friendly dog named Blitz who was ...
... filled with creamy goodness.
After a few more minutes walking, we arrived at the Duomo, and this is where we had to part ways. As always, it is so wonderful to be able to meet up with friends from home.
Our drive home was uneventful, and we raced home in order to catch what looked to be a fabulous sunset. And it was! Our terrace has a fabulous view of the Western sky. What a day! We love Italy!
We hope you are all well. ...
... lost)! We finally found the b&b and then off again to the museum . Off we went, running through the streets of Florence ! The hot sun beating down on our heads . Oh it's good to be me! Ha ha We finally arrived at the academy museum which housed Michelangelo' statue of David . All I can say is "magnificent ". There were many statues and art to see. Unfortunately they did not allow cameras in the building so we have not pictures to share of these exquisite pieces. ...
... crowded my brain with? – He was the artist who designed the dome and crown of the great Basilica (cathedral) of San Maria Novella. It was started in 1246 and wasn’t finished until 114 years later so there were many people who would have worked on it for their whole lifetime but who would never see it complete.
Old Brunelleschi's didn’t do a bad job either; ...
... Croce to the east of city center. Like all of the old city, most vehicles are prohibited from this area (only taxis, emergency vehicles, small electric buses, and delivery trucks are allowed).
Our hosts, Cesare and David, have arranged for someone to meet us at the apartment and help with the bags. It's a good thing because there is no elevator and there are 6, yes count 'em, 6 flights of stairs to negotiate. The climb is worth it ...