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... is kind, sweet, and homegrown, favoring the country lifestyle more than her siblings who have moved toward the city. She slices off a few pieces of still-warm breakfast cake from a circular pan and places them on our plate. A platter of thinly sliced salami, prosciutto and mild cheese sit on a platter next to us. She has prepared tea and coffee along with a homemade pastry made with plums grown on the farm. The food is delicious. We talk for a half hour about life in Italy, ...
... more cruise ships' bus loads of tourists to help fill up the square on this Sunday morning.
We checked out the amazingly elaborate facade of the gothic Duomo, a massive cathedral built between 1215 and 1263. We didn't venture inside, despite the guide books which tell of all the wondrous art works to be found. We trundled back down the hill to our car and carried on to Volterra. All these hill towns are interesting in that ...
Wake up, pastry, Americano. You know the drill. Next- taxi to Hertz. Last- pray. I could not wait to pick up our Fiat 500!!! Oh boy!!! Here. We. Go. Totally European, so small, and so fun. Riding there in the cab, I felt like singing "Too much pressure and I'm nervous! When the taxi man turned on the radio, and the JZ song was on! So I put my hands up, they're playing my song!!!! It's a party in the USA! (Or Firenze!!!)" If Jan was here, she'd ...
... shut down. The Duomo was also closed because of the weather conditions. Diane Lane lied to me. There was zero sunshine in Tuscany. I used Sunday to wander around by myself. I stood in line for the Accademia to see the David. It took about an hour; much less than I had expected. The David was so much larger than what I thought! It was complete perfection. I was amazed by the details, down to the veins in his hands. My favorite pieces were called ...
... trying to get a decent photo without some stranger photo bombing the shot! Pat and I decided to walk up the tower - all 300 steps - and it was well worth the effort! The views of the city were wonderful with lots of red tiled roofs as far as the eye could see! There are seven bells at the summit - five large ones and two smaller ones - all representing the days of the week.
The Cathedral was impressive! Although we haven't seen a bad church yet and most ...