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... area by the owners the Catholic Church. The Square is dominated by (4) religious edifices- The Cathedral-The Baptistery- The leaning tower and the cemetery. The square is a UNESCO world heritage listed site. Piazza del Miracoli (Italian Square of Miracles) is the finest display of Romanesque architecture in Italy and recognized as one of the finest architectural complexes in the world.
We leave the square to travel to our next ...
... reasons seems to be quite extraordinary to me! The last funny little tidbit that I wanted to report was the story behind one of the major Piazza in Florence. The Piazza della Repubblica was apparently built over the ruins of the original Roman city in the late 1800s when Florence was the capital of unified Italy. The town officials who ordered the work were very keen to show how much of an improvement they were making to the city, so on the arch overlooking ...
... A quick shower followed and off we went to a very fun restaurant Osteria Porcellino - where we shared an antipasto plate, Rich had wild boar stew and I enjoyed a different pasta - all wonderful. Fun to have live music as well. Shari had to then take us to a "true" gelato shop - absolutely gorgeous chocolate shop - not the "fluffy" kind of gelato she taught us. we didn't know there was a diff until we tasted - heaven!
FELL into bed - legs ...
... making a meal out of a section of the garden which is all of 10 metres long but then another section involving some serious sprinting away from the police means that Langdon must have Olympic-style fitness covering hundreds of metres uphill in impressive leaps and bounds. I did not try to replicate the pace, but took in a leisurely visit of the porcelain and costume museums.
Langdon hid from the police in a grotto in one corner of the Boboli ...
... There is often comic relief,pathos or high anxiety. We root for the ones we consider the
"Good guys" and boo the evil doers and sometimes miss both the shades of grey as well as the living color stuck quietly (or even loudly begging for attention) in between those two extremes.
In writing this blog, I find myself reliving my day or previous moments in a kind of film editing fashion, trying to best express the true story ...