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Florence was beautiful, truely stunning city and just so enjoyable to meander through the streets and explore. It was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and politically, economically, and culturally you can clearly see how it was the most important city in Europe for around 250 years; from some time before 1300 until the early 1500s. Florentines reinvented money in the form ...
... cream and lemon cello for desert.
Each table also had a couple of bottles of red which I'm told was quite nice.
No one left that place hungry. Worth every bit of the 30€.
After dinner some people went home. I wish I went to. Instead the rest of us took off to Space Electronic Discotheque. Sounds cooler than it was, it was just another nightclub.
First at dinner, then really ...
... for our train to Florence! In the end it all worked out but we only had around 10mins to spare before our train left. The train to Florence was pretty comfy and picturesque, with the Tuscan countryside whizzing past us as the train travelled at over 300km/hr. We arrived in Florence and made our way to our apartment - right in the heart of Florence near the Duomo. We were met by Julia, the owner's girlfriend, who showed us into ...
... narrow and flawed to use. I think there's a life lesson in there somewhere. We weren't allowed to take pictures so I bought a postcard and took a picture of that. Tomorrow is the Uffizi Gallery, which has the greatest collection of Italian Renaissance paintings anywhere. I'm also looking for some new friends to pal around with for dinner as Meredith and Marie have taken off for Venice. It is so wonderful to see all these ...
... does not allow photographs inside. But it makes for a much better museum experience at the time. You wander around and really look at the exhibits, without trying to worry whether you are able to capture it. :)
I was impressed by the statue of David. I am amazed that Michealangelo was able to do such a sculpture freehand without ever making a model first! Walking down the hall approaching David are Michealangelo's Prisoners. These unfinished ...