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... afternoon, we visited the Baptistery of the Duomo. This is a separate building and was built around 1425. Most famous are the ‘gates of paradise,’ one of 3 sets of bronze doors which lead into the building. Apparently Michelangelo was so dazzled by the beauty of the North doors (which took 27 years to produce) that he said that they were, ‘worthy to grace the Gates of Paradise’. The gates were once gilted with gold but the ones on ...
... hoping to Google Florence later and identify it all. I did see Maria Novella and her lovely Alberti facade as well as her homely backside. No matter how many pictures you see of it nothing prepares you for the timeless beauty of it.
Since we had even forgotten to bring the name and address of a cool place we wanted to eat, we ate pizza in the street, jumped back on the airport shuttle and went 'home' to La Splandole to lick ...
... to me they had become quite the chefs in their time here, so I had to see for myself.
Turns out they were so right- they prepared bow-tie noodles in oil, with fresh-cut vegetables, a meat, cheese and bread platter, complete with a bottle of wine for the table. It was perfect.
Right now I am on the fast train back to Sorrento, working up the energy to show my parents around my city for the next week!
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... by Della Robbia or his workshop. The swaddled babe against the blue background is the symbol for the Am. Acad. of Pediatrics as well as our Childrens' Hospital in Seattle where I once worked as a part-time dishwasher and brought my kids when they came down with asthma. The building fronts on the Piazza of the church, Sanctissima Annunziata. There is an equestrian statue of Ferdinand I of Tuscany in bronze by the famous sculptor, ...