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GRATEUL- for my AMAZING JOB, my lifetime of FRIENDS, SLEEP, PEOPLE I get to meet wherever I go, a loving FAMILY, knowledge of FAITH, magic of ITALIA, power of MUSIC, Gods MERCY, HISTORY, osculating FANS, the UNKNOWN, captivating PHOTOS, Internet, power of PRAYER, perfect IMPERFECTIONS tastes of FOOD, addiction to SURF, LOVE ❤️and passion for LIFE ~sensazione ...
... it's Chianti, with varying degrees of refinement. Italy has a regulation system somewhat similar to France's, so to be called Chianti the wine has to be 85% or more from the Sangiovese grape, and in order to use a regional classification it has to be totally produced within that region, from grape growing to bottling. We will be starting with the best: Chianti Classico from one of the central subregions. After a shortish drive through terrifyingly narrow village backstreets ...
Today is our last full day in Florence. Tomorrow we head off in the train to Rome for 4 days. Weather on our trip so far (nearly a week into our adventure) has been superb - a little too warm for Scott sometimes (he blames it on his thyroid).
Sunday morning was spent visiting Accademia to view Michelangelo's "David" (and other sculptures). This is truly a magnificent work, larger than life size at about 5 metres high. It is ...
... which me and Ryan already had the privilege of gazing at all night. It’s definitely one of those cathedrals that’s prettier on the outside than it is on the inside, but it was free to enter so I have no complaints.
After that we made our way to the museum with the real Statue of David in it. Florence has three Statue of David’s, but two are fake and free to the public. This one cost I don’t know how much to get in, but I would have ...
... to answer the existential questions. The human need to discover more about ourselves, more about our relationship with each other and more about our relationship with our Creator, clearly was evident in this Church, as it has been throughout this tour of Italy. While it is certainly true that geo-political turmoil and the "unholy" lack of separation between church and state, also influenced much of the built environment we saw in ...