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... with ample opportunity to rub up against everyone.
The Cathedral is made of marble with different coloured bits inlaid into the base slab. This is the same technique used to build the Taj Mahal, which from memory was built by an Italian with Italian Marble. As the sun descended, the light change and the colours of the Cathedral changed accordingly. Beautiful.
Sunday, September 28
Our last day in Florence. NOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Another day, another walk. This time…..we'll stay on this side of the Arno and walk north. As we do we pass many new and unusual sights – a beautiful church, a military installation – and finally just off in the distance a beautiful modern building. This is the new home of the Opera di Firenze. The beautiful building was designed ...
I had my last breakfast in the beautiful breakfast room. But honestly, I was a bit tired of the same old selections.
Couldn't believe that I managed to cram everything into my suitcase & get it zipped up. I was glad that Jeff was meeting me at the train station, because it was way too heavy & I anticipated a scolding.
Jeff texted me that he had arrived at the hotel, was going to bed & would meet me at ...
... br> The Hilton Garden Inn motel seemed a relatively cheap option for early travellers, so that's the option we’d taken. Instructions clear on the booking info… 'go to bus space 23 about 5 mins from terminal 3’… so we did… then, signs pointing us to the airport shuttle (5 mins back) and asking for info there… clear as mud! A helpful art teaching cruise ship employee who was staying there gave us direction. A conversation ...
... though unfinished, because the marble cracked in the midst of carving and was 'useless' to the artist. It depicted Nicodemus in Michaelangelo's likeness holding the body of Christ after being taken off the cross. It was very interesting to see the unfinished work, because it allowed us to sort of see the process involved with marble work, such as the scoring of the marble in order to make chiseling easier, and less risky for a crack. Still, ...