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... was really nippy, the sun was just peering in the east, trying to push the fog away and warm the air. It promised to be a clear day in Panicale and I thought they deserved a beautiful day after several days of rain and even a severe electrical storm two nights previous. The village was stirring.
High school children were already gathering just outside the wall waiting for their bus for the hour drive to Perugia. Business ...
Our last two days in Florence and Italy were relaxed. We eventually got in to see the statue of David which was pretty specky. Michelangelo carved him from a single piece of marble starting in 1502 and finnishing in 1504. He stands 516cm high and the detail is amazing - including veins in his arms and hands. Very graceful and impressive!
We also went and looked through the famous church Santa Maria Novella. ...
... bus and called the polizia. I thought Winnipeg transit was bad....yikes. So we decided to use Gord's phone gps to walk back home. I think we second guessed our decision after walking a few blocks....maybe we walked right through the hood! It sure appeared to be a bit scary....but we made it back. We did our laundry today so we have clean clothes...yippee.
We are supposed to get our luggage on July 22 or 23 in Venice. We shall ...
... supper out and called it Anna's bday. Server brought sweeties for her birthday many good wishes from everyone and ended with Limoncello on the table Wednesday it was back on the trains to Rome to pickup our car and drive back across 'the boot'. The last three pictures are at train station - our train came from Udine. Anna just walked through the computer room and says "hi" to everyone.
... so forever. I'll let the pictures lure you here! 2.5 hours later we were on our way to see Dario (famous butcher and "meat" man in Panzano). He was working and talking and offering wine! Fun place. When we were finally back in Florence we decided since we were too full to eat for quite a while, to do laundry....bah! Much later we ate and then had our long walk around....kind of quiet tonight but that didn't stop us finding ...