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Yesterday we had our last day in Florence. We climbed up to St Miniato Church, which is just past the Michelangelo lookout. As Rick Steves said 'According to legend, the martyred St. Minias— this church’s namesake— was beheaded on the banks of the Arno in A.D. 250. He picked up his head and walked here (this was before the #12 bus), where he died and was buried in what became the first Christian cemetery in Florence. In the ...
We have left Rome and arrived in Florence. Our hostel is in a small town just outside the city called Tavernelle. It seems relatively new compared to Zagarolo (buildings, stores, and cars all look newer).
Finding our way to the hostel went A LOT smoother than it did in Rome. We got on a local bus (no transfers) and ...
... topped with powdered sugar and chocolate, filled with warm, melty Nutella. Again, no croissant will ever be the same for me. We ran into so many sketchy people and were so scared when we came across a clan of boys that were throwing things, damaging things, and falling over. We quickly made it back to our door and ran inside locking and dead bolting the doors behind us. We finished our early morning snacks and didn't fall asleep ...
... I can see why people are awestruck by it but I reckon, and GG concurs, that it has a fat ankle! lol
Actually, given the accuracy of the work, it also has a bump on the left calf which I thought may have been a sign of a previous limb fracture in the model - who knows but interesting to wonder about...a famous (Reubens I think) painting shows a reclining nude with bumps in her breast that aficionados believe are signs of breast cancer picked up by ...
... found a great little tour group called the 500 Touring Club that features a small fleet of vintage 1950's and 60's Fiat 500s as the centerpiece of each of their tours. So that's where we're off to today - a drive through the Chianti region of Tuscany in a vintage Fiat 500!
Sadly, there's no time for a Café Marocchino today, only time for a quick cappuccino and dolce downstairs before grabbing a taxi for the outskirts of Florence. ...