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... artists to study. In fact they sponsored Michelangelo who was from a poor family and this enabled him to study human form. He watched real cadavers to understand anatomy when it was forbidden. Florence even became the capital of northern Italy for 5 years before the Medici family declined when Lorenzo the Great spent too lavishly. That night we enjoyed a beer and Spritz Aperol and pizza dinner before collapsing into bed. The heat and Cinque Terre walk finally catching up with ...
... to get together since the being of school, but with everyone being on different schedules, it was really difficult to get all 25 Iowa Staters together. But we FINALLY got it to work out! We all stuffed our bellies full and talked about our experiences so far since being abroad, and pretty much everyone I talked to was not ready to leave the beautiful city of Florence. I sure as heck know that I'm not!
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... because the people were queued in the sun, a change of plans saw us heading up to the Galleria del Accademia to see the statue do David. Of course there was a queue here to, but it moved fairly quickly and before you knew it we were inside. We wandered through looking at the antiquities - very old books, seals, statues, paintings, musical instruments and saved the best to last - the statue of David. I can ...
... and we had a great conversation! I told him about my amazing time in Amalfi, Capri and Sorrento. He said, "bello, bello....molto pesci!" Then, I showed him my broken purse and he said he would help me. Then, as I was unpacking my old purse and loading everything into my new one he said, "le donne sempre le bolsas!" (the women always need purses!). I had to laugh. When the school opened, since it was Saturday, they told me that the workers ...
... relaxing and enjoyable experiences I have had in Italy.
When we arrived on Friday afternoon, we immediately embarked on a walking tour around the city with a guide. We walked around Piazza della Reppublica, Piazza Vecchio, and to Ponte Vecchio, the only Renaissance period bridge surviving in Florence thanks to the Germans during WWII. The city is truly an open-air art gallery. Ancient Roman statues and works of art stand side by side with ones from ...