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We sit down to our authentic Tuscan meal which starts with an antipasto of parma ham, proscciuto, salami, crustini, bruschetta sun-dried tomatoes and olives (of course). Next is a barley soup, then pasta with tomato sauce and then the main course, Florentine steak and wild boar (which was actually very good). Of course there was wine, and lots of it, all made right there. We started with 4 kinds (2 white and 2 red). then the ...
... Florence...when a building is being renovated, cleaned or whatever, and scaffolding is required, they cover the scaffolding with sheeting that is painted to look like the building is as it should be - brilliant !!!!
Dinner tonight, in Piazza del Duomo - (literally) in the shadow of Santa Maria del Fiore at a little al fresco eatery called Le Botteghe di Donatello was brilliant. People watching provided endless ...
... the art, the architecture... the epicenter of one of the world's greatest cultural and artistic revolutions...
...and Bollywood dancing.
As I approach the city through its less-than-grandiose western suburbs, I'm anxious to start experiencing some of the city's majesty. It looks like there's a long park along the river, so I go to check that out. It's been a long, hot walk so I rest in the shade for a bit, people of various ...
I survived my first train trip to Florence. I was seated next to three young girls and offered to switch my seat with their friend so she could sit with them and I ended up sitting alone. Pretty nice deal until we made our first stop and a bunch of college kids got on and asked me to move to the next car so they could sit together. I was annoyed but ended up sitting next to three old Italian men who were funny and courteous and ...
... and writers inside. I guess I will just have to go when I come back in the spring. In the piazza there, I met up with Heidi and her friends again and went out for some gelato again. While we ate, we were serenaded by a guitarist. Florence is quite the city of artists! We went out to dinner afterwards where I finally was able to have my first full Italian dinner. Usually in Rome it is too expensive to order both a first and second course, but this restaurant ...