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... but none are for our busses. Finally, there is a man in a ticket office (eating lunch) but we ask how to catch a number 12 bus. We apparently need to catch a 14 and get off at a piazza. But his accent was so strong that even after he repeated four times, we were still not quite sure. We went to the stop for number 14 and checked out the listing of the stops and there are only two piazzas on the list, we think we find the one he said so catch the bus and watch ...
... got to the other side, the rain had stopped. We took Bus #12 up to Piazzale Michelangelo. It was a 20 minute bus ride, but we really enjoyed seeing a different area of Florence. There were many villas and gardens along the ride. You also pass by the backside of the Boboli gardens. When you arrive to Piazzale Michelangelo, there are plenty of cars, buses, vendors and tourists. But when you walk to the overlook, you are treated to an incredible view of the ...
... to follow a walk from the Florence book that I have. It was one that took me all around my neighborhood here in the Oltrarno (“other side of the Arno”) area. The streets are very narrow here, until they get…narrower! The sidewalks are often barely wide enough for one person so pedestrians are often out in the street, then a car or more likely a motorbike will beep and everyone tries to get out of the way. It’s funny, in Rome ...
... side. This allowed them complete privacy and security when moving about. The corridor also permitted them entrance to the chapel balcony where they could worship in private.
The corridor is open only by appointment and is lined with over a thousand paintings and hundreds of self portraits by the finest artists of each decade. A special treat for us was the ability to view portraits of 19th and 20th century artists that ...
... a Church dedicated to St Claire, where we saw frescos, apparently this was where frescos became 3D instead of 2D, they certainly looked like they were in 3D.
Then on to Siena. It is a Medieval walled city. There is a magnificent 12thC cathedral of St Catarina which is covered in marble. It is unfinished as when they went to put the roof on, the walls had moved. ...