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... mythology. The story telling pictures in the marble inlays in the floor are surrounded by intricate designs. Sculptures and paintings adorn the many altars. Huge black and white marble columns support the massive structure. Deciding not to visit any more churches we had a cafe lunch. Our next adventure was the Santa Maria Della Scala, a large complex considered to be one of ...
... I felt a strange sense of refreshment, as I was
satisfied at my unique discoveries of that day. There is only so much you can
take from a place when you only witness something with your eyes and your
camera. I experienced a new side of Florence with my feet, with my mouth and
through conversations with others that formed impressions in my memory that cut
deeper than any photograph of a statue or souvenir from a gift shop can hope to
... already knew that climbing both in one day would just be too much for our legs to handle.
Our first day in Florence, we met up with Kate, and brought her a care package from her parents, AKA we brought here oatmeal from home. (I was right there with her, and my parents brought me pop-tarts, peanut butter, and ranch dressing. You never know the American food you’ll miss when you don’t have it!)
Anyway, we slowly ...
... told me about his love in Rome; "you have to just cut ties, remember the great moments, and let it be." So I did, goodbye to the Dutch brothers, we had the best night in Rome. Last day - I'll keep this short and sweet because the pictures tell more of the story. I visited Vatican City, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, and Castle of St. Angelo. A new friend from the estrogen hostel was alone and wanted to go do something! She walked with me to the Vatican, waited in the que ...
... etc. In addition to being a city of art, Florence has many eateries (trattorias, pizzerias, restaurants, gellaterias) and it is a mecca for shoppers, with Italian leather being prevalent there were many, many fine leather shops. We saw street artists and visited a well known bridge (Ponte Vecciho) where the roadway is lined on both sides with gold and silver shops.