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... with the gold on it. Also has one of those 24 hour clocks. The huge dome was the largest for its time when built between 1420 and 1436, and is painted inside. Paid to go up both the bell tower and the dome. Did the 414 steps up the bell tower first. This was fairly straightforward but had both up and down on the same narrow stairway. Made it a squeeze on the spiral bit where the tread goes to nothing. Great views out over Florence and the Duomo from the top. Had ...
... ravioli. The waitress popped the plates on our table and ran off to the kitchen. My plate had a huge prawn on the top, but I couldn't see any sign of ravioli underneath it! We had just began eating when the waiter arrived at our table with our meals!!! Awkward!!! Turns out we'd been given someone else's much more expensive meal!! The waiter was so apologetic and offered to bring the meals we had ordered after we had finished this course!!! We were full, but he ...
... and purchased some new boots and tennis shoes among many other things.. (J) Each night we got in and passed out. We fit a lot in to our days. Luckily we had Sunday to catch up on sleep. I stayed in PJ’s until 2ish. Hehe.
First few days of classes went great! It’s so nice to be back in art classes.
P.S. We are still in search of the good, cheap restaurants here. If anyone has any recommendations, please let me know! ...
... while I was here and considered going to a concert but this was so much better. Went home at about 11 and slept very well.
This morning I took the bus to nearby Fiesole to visit the Etruscan and Roman ruins out there. They were really good, they came with a free guide in the form of a tablet computer with videoguide on. Really interesting walking around. Had a sit down lunch of (very tasty) risotto with stewed ...
... clapped three times it would set off fire works! You get the gist...only for me to say, " lovely thank-you, I'll be back". I never went back. We stumbled upon Cathedral Duomo by mistake, what a magnificent building, red white and green. The colours of Italy. We proceeded up to Michelangelo lookout, the one place that Jade was adamant on going, half way there she had only just realised that that is where we were heading! Stunning views of the whole city! Saw a ...