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... when a fierce head wind started to blow. As I saw it, our B&B became harder to reach, which meant our next beer became harder to reach.
We spent the night in a Tuscan farmhouse made of rough, uneven, hand cut stone and wooden beams, nestled in a lonesome little tree filled valley. The owner presented us with a Tuscan spread for breakfast with salami, breads, yoghurt, eggs, cheese. We pinched some of the cake and ...
... really wanted to pay anyone 20 euro, especially knowing whoever it was probably had experience with the door and knew how to open it. I asked if he had any tips or tricks and he rudely replied: "There are no tips and tricks. You just open the door." I again emphasized that the lock wasn't the problem, it was the door. He advised he would send someone over and while he was still insulting our ability to unlock a door, I hung up the phone. About 2 minutes ...
After Rome came Florence and Florence means Taylor (who studies abroad there) so basically I loved Florence and everything that came with it. Taylor didn't get back from a trip until late Monday night so all day Monday we toured around Florence by ourselves. We waited for three hours to climb the Duomo but the view was so worth it! You could see out for miles all the red tops to the buildings. (not sure why they are red there). I ...
... the room.
Stained glass windows in another room.
An art exhibition in one of the rooms.
The Crucifix by Lippo di Benivieni.
Assunzione della Vergine (Assumption of the Virgin)
Some of the artworks ...
... is not allowed in the museum.
Once finished we began walking towards the Duomo. Couldn’t miss it this time. We weren’t stopping there though, we continued to Piazza della Signoria, which is the square that houses the Palazzo Vecchio (old palace), the medieval town hall. There is a museum and a tower that you can climb there but we were museumed and climbed out by now. Also the replica of David stands in the square where the original used ...