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... they realized what they had turned down years later and wanted it back.
From here we walked more of Venice learning of the Medici family’s coming to power and seeing many of the additions that they made to Florence including palaces and even their own private walkway across the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge that still exists today above this famous bridge. Our walk had brought us to the Accademia Gallery where among other works of art ...
... and paintings. The early,
Sunday rise had its perks. After a 10-minute wait to enter, I was in, staring
in awe down the empty corridors as the piercing, morning sunlight shot in
through the windows and lit up the inside. I had my mind set on going
downstairs to experience a series of paintings by Gherardo Delle Notti, a 17th
century painter whose works had blown my mind the last time I saw them. This
museum has ...
With rain showers in the weather forecast by mid-day, we hoped to avoid the worst of it by getting an early start. Although we both woke up before daylight, we dawdled around the apartment doing odd jobs most of the morning, finally heading-out around 11:00. Our plan was to visit Florence's major cathedral, the Duomo, along with its neighboring bell tower and baptistery.
We walked east, past the Palazzo ...
The weather did get better en route and we arrived in Florence to fine sunny skies. Our taxi dropped us outside the apartment we had rented on airbnb.com and Caterina, our host met us at the door and showed us in.
Well, despite being very central to everything (5 minutes walk from the Piazza Duomo) and on a busy pedestrian thoroughfare (often complete with accordion player), the ...
... and just be in a familiar place. I shook it off and went out with Joey to the train station to buy our tickets out of there and then to the city center. After we came home, I had dinner with another American girl. She was nice but she kind of resembled the ignorant, self-centered American stereotype. We are just too spoiled with luxury in America that it kind of ruins us as we try to fit into international culture. I went out for a walk and Italian guy on a moped stopped ...