Le Tre Perle B&B
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... then hail. It came down really hard and covered the streets. It was quite a sight after it passed to see everyone dressed for the 78 degree weather (shorts and sandals) trying to avoid the piles of hail on the streets. It made the news later that night. We crossed the Ponte Vecchio which has all sorts of jewelry for sale and headed to a small wine bar, Il Santino, where we had a plate of proscuitto, cheeses, and a panino. ...
... Back to the Museo Galleleo ( science museum) and then back to the B & B via the Centrale Market. We happened across a Piazza (Republica) where a young lady was entertaining the passersby with beautiful operatic solos. There we sat for a few songs before buying lunch items for tomorrow. Back to our room, cultured out , we booked a tour of the Chianti region for Monday and then to dinner at a trattoria right ...
Currently I'm sitting in the villa my parents rented for the week in Tuscany. We are not in Siena, we are not in Colle di Val d'Elsa, we are not in Staggia, and we are not in Fontana.......we are in the middle of a cornfield in the middle of nowhere. And it is exactly where I want to be. It's quiet, it's quaint, and it's definitely Tuscan. After the whirlwind days we've been having traveling all over, relaxing here with a glass of wine is well-deserved.
... Each work of art has excellent descriptions in English. No photos allowed. Michelangelo's "David" can't be described; have to see it! At closing, we were the only people at "David;" such a serene moment to observe the statue in total silence. Also interesting were all the other statues and the musical instrument room, some of which we've never seen--Hurty Gurdies from 1775 and ...
... we went to the Uffizi which is Italy's greatest art gallery. It was built between 1560 and 1580 and was used as a gallery to house Francesco I to display the Medici art treasures. We saw many beautiful pieces by Michalagelo, Carrvaggio, Botticelli and Titian.
From here we walked to the Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore. It is richly decorate and has an orange dome. It is Europe's fourth largest church and the cities tallest building. The Baptistery has bronze ...