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So its been a couple days since I've blogged, but things have been kind of busy over here! FIrst off: SIMON (kates boyfriend) IS HERE VISITING FROM AUSTRALIA! They hadn't seen each other in 8 months so as you can imagine they're both so happy!!! We've had a pretty crazy week with tests and what not. I had an art of florence quiz on Tuesday and tomorrow i have an Italian test! I'm not too ...
... Piazza Michaelangelo, across the river. Dropped at our doorstep to finish a memorable day out, much better than sightseeing by yourself.
Finished off with picking one of the 55 eateries within the three block radius (Debo ordered a rolled pizza which looked like it had a small child stuffed inside it). I think we are eating more and more every day (and we still have a cruise to do). We will be charged excess baggage on the way home just to compensate for our body weight.
... interesting, fun and affordable. I have insider information like where the best food markets are to get quality produce (Piazza delle Cure), how to get around the city (the daunting auto bus system) and the best places to shop for household items (we just got back from a quick drive to a discount supermarket closely resembling an Aldi).
Since I began traveling to places like Italy and Switzerland with my family years ago, I ...
... famous names of Italian art history are everywhere. And the power and magnetism of the Church and the medicos and other rich, powerful families who supported and controlled.
And then the campanile, the bell tower started by Giotto (these artists so extraordinary- many, like Giotto! de V in I, Michelangelo were painters, sculptors and sometimes also architects) in 1359, then after his death ...
... II. Sara takes our picture on the bridge to frame our memory.
On to Pizza della Signoria, probably one of the most recognized squares in Florence, where huge scuptures, including a replica of the David, grace the area. Sara regales us with tales of Lorenzo di Medici, a ruthless dictator who ruled Florence with an iron hand. Tales of espionage and intrigue seem to shrink to insignificance the political shena****ns back ...