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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coloured marble in geometric patterns.
When he died in 1337, he had only finished the lower floor with its marble external revetment: geometric patterns of white marble from Carrara, green marble from Prato and red marble from Siena. This lower floor is decorated on three sides with bas-reliefs in hexagonal panels, seven ...
... up the stairs! The train to Milan was running a little late, so we were worried that we might not make our connecting train to Florence as we only had a 25 minute window of time in Milan!! We didn't have a compartment train this time. We had set seats, but had to make sure we had found the correct carriage as well. There was no opportunity for friendly chatting this journey, so Peter read and I used the time to add to our blog. It was a pretty hot day and I think ...
... was again about 200m long. It was starting to rain so we decided to catch a hop-on-hop-off bus around the city. We sat on the rooftop seats for as long as we could stand but we were getting too cold and wet so took shelter downstairs. Luckily we went down when we did because it started bucketing rain. On our bus ride we went up to Fiesole, a beautiful town at the top of a high hill behind Florence city. On a fine day the ...
... be a beautiful thing. We have endless amounts of information at our fingertips. We can ask
questions and get answers in a matter of seconds, thanks to Google. We don’t have to miss someone as badly because we can watch them document their lives through social media pictures texts/calls, facetime, skype, and we can inform ourselves on current events and world news.
But recently I have learned that that technology can get in our way. With all of ...
... to see. It was particularly amazing at how exact and precise the ancient instruments were, especially being made by hand. One fascinating display was about 20 full scale models used for teaching back in the 1700s of different positions of babies ready for delivery with all the surrounding anatomically correct parts of the mother. This included where the mother's legs were cut off, the bone & muscles were shown in cross-section. There were breech positions, an arm coming out ...