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... turns into a bottle then into 3 bottles, and as the crowd builds slowly more and more people get involved in the singing. One guy sings The Killers "Human" and I tell you what I have been singing the wrong lyrics for so long. I always thought it said are we human or are we dancer……. Wrong its actually Denser, which makes more sense than dancer I guess but there ya go.
Briony and Sophie get together and do a song that she has been dying to sing ...
... order by Hitler.Access to Ponte Vecchio was, however, obstructed by the destruction of the buildings at both ends, which have since been rebuilt using a combination of original and modern design.
STATUE OF DAVID-FLORENCE
David is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture created between 1501 and 1504, by Italian artist Michelangelo. It is a 5.17-metre marble statue of a standing male nude.
... the 18th and 19th century filled with splendor. One room was once Napoleon’s bathroom. It was amazing to see how these rulers lived in this splendid palace.
Walking out the back, we discovered a huge garden which offered great views of the city below. We then exited and headed for one of several street cafes in the palace neighborhood. Although Rick Steves describes most of the Palazzo as “skippable”, we quite enjoyed ...
... castle, there is a winery and also olive groves where they actually have their own olive mill to press the olives to get the oil. This almost never happens because it’s really expensive to own these machines and really hard to get the proper authority to do so, but when you have the kind of money this family does, it’s no problem.
We toured the castle and their winery. There they made red wines made from various grapes, which are ...
... on bus to San Gimignano. As we were driving through the countryside you could see this walled village perched on the hill (but then all hills seem to have a walled village perched on top of them). When we got there it was so worth the visit. San Gimignano was a relay point on the Via Francigena for pilgrims journeying to and from Rome and was given its freedom from the Bishop in 1199. It has retained its medieval appearant ...