Agriturismo Le Buche di Viesca
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... his idea. Pretty clever guy. He starts by making the decision not to tear down the old cathedral but by incorporating it into the new design. So the new Duomo slowly started swallowing up the old one, but still no one knew how on earth they were going to make the dome. Brunelleschi made up the designs as he went, made up tools as he went, and built the biggest dome ever constructed on the fly. They had no way of transporting that much ...
... so that the courtyard is bathed in light. It has a massive chandelier, plus deer heads scattered around everywhere. So very OTT !! The guide was a little unimpressive, obviously wished we would hurry up so she could get back to whatever she was doing before we turned up! When we got back to Florence we saw the aftermath of the storm that hit while we were at Castello. We thought it was bad - lots of rain which ...
Given it was a Monday and very little museum wise was open in Florence we opted for a day trip to Siena. As nice as it was in hindsight I probably would have preferred to just wander around Florence and sit and soak it all up. I feel that until today (Thursday) as I recap on the week I haven't slowed down and just absorbed all that is italian culture. Back to Siena - we got a hot ...
... computer. We did ask if there was parking and what the address was and were assured of both. So Fiesole is a little town built in 100 BC. They didn't have cars then....the streets were so narrow (how narrow were they???) that you couldn't fit a piece of paper between the wall and the car mirrors. I don't know how Guenther managed to drive this. I was a bundle of nerves....even Polo couldn't help me calm down. Anyway, the address of our B&B was 42 Via ...
... way. Very old buildings bordering the river. After taking a few pictures we went back to the bus stop to continue on the journey. Travelling around by open top bus is really the best way to get a great feel for this wonderful city. Took some great photos from the high vantage point.
The Michelangelo statue of "David" we had seen previously is a copy of the original and we were both keen to see the real statue that was created by ...
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