Hotel Grifone Firenze
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... experience. Being rich wouldn't solve all of life's problems but I imagine it would be peppered with cool little moments like these. Maybe in the next life..
-In the US, most things are printed/displayed/announced in english, but sometimes we have things written in spanish as well, to accomodate latin americans. This fact upsets some people, who think we should have things only in english, and everyone else should adapt. After seeing what it's like in ...
... millie" and move on to the next stop.
It is late afternoon now and we are off to Siena. A picturesque little town that is quite hilly. We get an hour and a half to spend here. The walk up was a little steep but we were a little preoccupied with the pictures that we were getting here. So beautiful to have the terracotta walls in the foreground with the green hills and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside all lit in the afternoon sun. Bellisimo! Hinesh and I spend most of our ...
... ceremonies), a dozen or more statues from various periods dating all the way back to the 1st century stand in the open air for all to see. It's incredible to feel so much history beneath our feet. Next on to the Ufizzi which was built in 1581 and was the administrative building of the government for the de' Medici family who were originally bankers (not nobles) and their extreme wealth allowed them to gain political power. ...
... a 15 mile bike ride yesterday, our legs were screaming!!!! Next was the climb to the top of the duomo...467 steps up...we were a little worn out after this one, but the baptistery was next so that was a nice break. It was a quiet stop with chairs to sit and take in the surrounding display of catholic ritual. I Anyway, after our little rest, we hit the Mercato de Centrale for a bit more shopping, then headed back to the apartment. On ...
... popularity we missed out on seeing David's not so large appendage, thankfully there a two fantastic copies to get that all important photo.
We had a taste of Tuscany on our second day, with a trip to Monteriggioni and Siena, followed by the all important wine tasting in the Chianti Region at 'Sant Agnese Farm' a private family run business, we got to taste all the products they produce ...