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... restaurant, that was now shut down. So we walked back through the street market to the Duomo and had dinner under it, great pasta and good wine. After a lengthy dinner we made our way down to the Fountain of Jupiter, halfway there we heard an orchestra which turned out to be free, so we went in and listened to an orchestra for 15 minutes. After they had finished a song we went out and walked across ...
... the Italians invented the uffizi museum as a place to go if you were too awake before it was time for siesta. My favourite exhibit was the neon green sign stating 'exit'. I think it was by the artist 3m. The Florencian beire. . Tastes like emu bitter which we all know is cats ****. The paving in florence . . . If your town is 2.5 thousand years old, how is it that you can't walk down the street without breaking your ankle? Overall, I enjoyed my burger and the weather in florence : ...
... bar...we walked in and asked for a menu and he basically ignored me! He saw us with 2 kids and i think he decided we were not part of his vibe! I looked around and saw professionals with wine and tapas and decide this was not the place for us! So we went to another recommended place..Affe de baccio, which was well suited for us! Trattoria like, family, local place, which had good food and even better wine. I defiantly got tipsy at this ...
The days in Fiorenza were fun and filled with aimless wanderings! Cappuccino! What a beverage! Cool place and good enough to distract me from scribing on here! Siena was a cheeky day trip taken. Fairly sure I spoke not a single word all day other than bonjuorno, cappuccino, brioche and grazie! Siena looks a lot like the other towns. Cool alleys, ...
A relaxed start to the morning sees us up at the respectable hour of eight, leaving at nine for the Santa Maria do Carmine - The Brancacci Chapel. Again our Boot Camp mentality sees us at the gallery well before the uninitiated, and we have a marvel of Renaissance painting to ourselves. This chapel is renowned for its combination of biblical allegory and contemporary Florentine life. Finely attired gentlemen appear ...
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