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... she's cupping the statue of David and one where she's fondling Jupiter's ass, then we met back up with the group for a walking tour.
But then it was time to get ready for the most important thing in Florence, Space Electronic Disco!! Delicious Pina Colada's, hilarious karaoke and some of the best moves on the dance floor I have ever seen.
... we wanted ! Passing through that hallway of goodies, the exit gate and blue sky must be awaiting us !! - No, there is another hall of retail delights, books for all ages etc etc.... please show us blue sky !! Bob said it was like trying to get out of Ikea without passing the bedrooms again!! No, the curators are tempting us with more retail therapy.... including Pinocchio books in any language for children of the world ! There was one more hall of retail merchandise, but I ...
... to look inside but it was closed. We also walked into the main square outside the town hall and in this square is statues everywhere, including a replica of Michealangelos David, the replica is located where the original was located for about 400 years. Also in the square was an exhibition of old Alfa Romeos and some of these classic cars looked awesome. We only had a couple of hours in Florence which was just enough to get a taste of ...
... time walking around. We ended up at the Duomo, and went in and had a look. None of us were keen on a trip to the top of the dome - we did however enjoy the dome from the security of the ground. The Duomo is a beautiful cathedral, which really is three buildings - the cathedral itself, the Baptistry, and the bell tower. All are made of brightly coloured marble, although the Duomi itself it quite plain (again a relative term) ...
... central Florence he walked up to this hillside carrying his head and died here where the views are spectacular. That story sounds so familiar to me—I think there is a similar one that took place in Paris—ha! To get up to the church I had to climb several sets of stairs.
There is a graveyard in front of the church. The fašade of gray and white marble is very pretty. I’m really liking the more understated churches in Florence—the inside has ...