B&B Hotel Firenze City Center
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... and the Holy Spirit began being built in 1252 and ended 1292. Then a newer version was completed in 1481. Designed by Brunelleschi and largely kept the same.
Then on to the Pitty Palace and the Giardino Di Boboli.
Lots of pictures from here. I was there for around 2.5 hours, and was one of the last to leave. Was leaving earlier, but didn't realise there was another floor of art to see on the way out.
I found the picture frames to be fascinating as well.
... a while, my fairy tale could become a reality. "Carpe Diem," "What's Meant to be Will Be," "Everything Happens for a Reason." I live by these phrases, and I know it's cliche, but that's kind of the point of this blog, right?
Pity party over. I still live in Italy and you don't. Win. I'll find some revelation and commence with making you jealous in my next post.
... able to finish sewing my skirt pieces together, and sew the mock up of the top! It looks amazing!!! Between sewing lab and jewelry lab we got some delicious risotto for lunch, then walked around the leather market! After we went to jewelry lab and got a lot of work done! I met up with some other friends for dinner and then we went to a pub! It was a lot of fun! We went to go look for gelato but we couldn't find any that were ...
Traced some of the steps of "Robert Langdon" from the book Inferno today. We saw the corridor that crosses over the Ponte Vecchio to the Palazzo Vecchio; there we saw the Hall of 500, the Hall of Geographical Maps (all hand painted maps) and Dante's Death mask. We did a quick tour about the area that Dante grew up in and lived before being exiled from Florence. Also visited the Baptistery of San Giovanni and the Cathedral. The "Gates ...