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... stumbled home, fascinated with the intricate details I saw before my eyes, up close and personal.
Santa Croce, a tall standing church smack bang in the middle of nowhere.
Nick and I met up and took a bus to Piazzale Michelangelo – AMAZING!
It was this quaint little area above a hill that overlooked the entire of Florence. It had a breathtaking view. With little shops and food stands and a staircase where a hippie styled lady sang through ...
... had a look around and did some shopping.
You're probably wondering where all the paintings in the gallery came from? Well, back in the 1500s there was a rich family of bankers called the Medici's. They gained power because of their wealth and became the rulers of Tuscany until Napoleon came and kicked them out of power in the 1800s. Some people like to collect things and the Medici's like to collect works of art. They kept these works of art in their own ...
... to and from Barcelona was astronomical. I'll see them tons in America and it gives them their romantic European adventure. Also I'll see them he final night in Paris.
Florence seems like a really cool city but a little small for me. Great place for a quick stopover though and wonderful food and atmosphere. Unfortunately I have unbearably stinky feet so embarrassed to go anywhere. Thought I bought deodorizer spray but it turned my shoes ...
... my laptop/purse onto the plane.
I have no complaints about the flights to Europe (in fact my international flight was one for the books ;) ). However, now we're back to reality- back to Florence.
Waiting for my luggage to arrive on the carousel wasn't anything unusual. However, only 1 of my 3 bags appeared. The other 2 were god knows elsewhere. What's sadly ironic about all this was that I had packed my carry-on duffel with anything I might need JUST IN ...
What a wonderful Pagan/Easter celebration. We got up early to pack the square in front of the Duomo with tens of thousands of Florentines to watch the Scoppio del Carro - literally the explosion of the cart. Some Florentine named Pazzi was in the crusades waiting in the siege of Jerusalem. Well he got (take your pick) tired, bored, or whatever and stormed the wall which incited everyone else to follow him. This apparently broke the siege. So for his... foolhardiness, ...