Hotel Azzi - Locanda degli Artisti
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... I get home – I need to know why I get this nasty sinus "issues" when I travel. Is it the A/C?? Is it allergy? I have questions and want answers.
Since we had a late lunch and we have to pack and we don’t want to go and we’re not hungry, we decide to go to…the roof and get ourselves a nice cocktail! We order the Negroni again, and this time we BOTH substitute the Gin with Bourbon. Why not! This is ...
... to bring us a bottle of Limoncello and his mom brought us a plate of almond biscotti. He was brave to bring The Neigers the entire bottle!
We took the subway back to the hotel & Jeff conked out right away, I stayed up & watched a scary movie with Rose Byrne. Couldn't believe that the journey was coming to an end, the days had gone fast & knew that before we knew it, we'd be back in October for our culinary tour.
... we have seen hundreds of "Madonna and Child" paintings, so when we stumbled into a room full of them, we didn't stay too long! The "main" part of the Palazzo Strozzi was an exhibit called "An Idea of Beauty." It was several rooms of various modern artists using quite a few different mediums - painting, photography, video, marble, just to name a few. I think I mentioned yesterday that neither of us are huge ...
... on their way and we go and watch the kids do their thing with the grape stomping. On the Qin to Florence we see another couple get fined for no ticket...they must do a roaring trade. We make it to Florence and this is truly the last time we will follow Google maps instructions. We go in a huge big loop laden down with our packs only to find later that the true distance is so much more direct and about half as far as we end up walking. Rosy, who ...
... art from Paolo Uccello for a room in Palazzo Medici, in memory of the battle which took place in 1432, when the Florentine troops triumphed over the Sienese.
- Altarpiece of St Lucy de' Magnoli by Domenico Veneziano (1445): this altarpiece is a celebration of the use of perspective not just for the architecture, but also for the floor the characters seem to be standing on like pawns on a chessboard.
- Primavera or Allegory of Spring, ...