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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... started by the Franciscans in 1294, and grown over the centuries with it's role in Florentine history. It has always been a meeting point for the great artists, powerful families etc and has become a repository for famed people. There are tombs everywhere and it is impossible to get around without stepping on them. Also has nice cloisters. Walked to Duomo to look at it at night. It is just as amazing all lit up and such an astounding building. Back home for our home cooked ...
Went to the Accademia to see the David (so cool), then to a Leonardi Di Vinci museum (had fun watching a video on his life and exploring a bunch of hands of exhibits of his inventions), had some gelato, and went to the Santa Croce church. Matthew really enjoyed the Di Vinci ...
... I think it is safe the say that both meals in Florence have been my favorite in Italy thus far. For dinner there were the 8 of us girls seated at one long table. We were given unlimited wine to begin with and toasted Foccacia bread. The balsamic was thick (almost like barbecue sauce) and the best that I had ever tasted in my life. Needless to say we finished every last piece. Next were appertivos. We had a platter of crostini with a simple ...
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I have also had great fun and interesting experiences like attending a press conference that was entirely in Italian! A couple weeks ago I got to attend the first show that went up at Teatro Verdi, the concert of David Bryne and St. Vincent which was an absolute blast - from the rockin' souful futuristic carefree style of the music - to the way the Italian sold-out crowd (theatre holds about 1500) got them back out for 2 encores ...
Saturday- Leaning Tower of Pisa
We took a few hours out of our trip to Florence to hit up the Leaning Tower. Supposedly it only leans 5 degrees...lies. It felt like 90. Or maybe that was due to the jack and cokes from the night before. We climbed to the top. Again, amazing views! Dad also bought a "Rolex" for 10 euros from a street vendor. It is still is working.
We were also able to take public transportation in Pisa. Thank you Mom for being extremely organized...I ...