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... series of books by Sylvian Reynard, the first book is called Gabriel's Inferno, and he was a Proffesori at the Accademia and spoke allot about it in the entire series, so I was very excited to see the places I read so much about! I shopped for more awesome makeup at KIKO, I love their makeup so I made sure to stock up! This was my second time so I made sure I got triple what I got a few days ago! I'm on top of the world!!!! Went out to dinner ...
... got talking. They are near the end of a seven week holiday, having spent a month hiking along a pilgrim trail in Spain. Sounds like hard work! They recuperated on the Amalfi coast for eight days. Both Liz and the other lady had seen David 40 years ago and commented how much easier it was then - no queues, you just walked in. They had been in the queue yesterday at this time. The weather was quite cool yesterday so it was not pleasant. At 8:15 a staff member came out ...
... We had another fantastic lunch on the sidewalk in Cortona. We love to sit and watch the people go by. The food in Italy has been fantastic. Reasonable prices and utterly delicious. Cortona, like Orvieto was more touristy and busy but still well worth seeing.
We decided to see if we could also find Bramisole, the house owned by ...
... 27 years to complete, with the 10 panels depicting scenes from the Old Testament. After 500 years, the east doors, named the "Gates of Paradise" by Michelangelo, were removed to assist their preservation, and copies substituted. That hasn't reduced the crowds, self included, squeezing in to admire and take photos.
At this point, having spent the last 2 days among snap happy tourists in the blazing sun, I am sorely tempted to ...
... see the statue of David by Michelangelo... The real one!!! He is beautiful! How do you make marble look that way- magnifico!!! During WWII, they built brick bunkers around all of the statues in the museum, so they wouldn't be destoyed. This particular museum had some of Michelangelo's unfinished pieces too. We hit a few churches, I'm sure you will recognize them from photos of Florence that you might have seen. We ended up in ...
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