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We make it to the top and are on the hunt for a restroom. I find one inside this nice restaurant that's oddly empty. I find Chris outside waiting for me, standing with Jackie & Christina. After some coaxing from Jackie, Christina suddenly agrees to have me show her where the restroom is located. As I hear her barely pee, I chuckle thinking she really didn't need to use the restroom but went to make Jackie happy. As we walk back outside, Chris & Jackie are nowhere to ...
... just couldn’t let it ruin our adventure at Palm Sunday Mass while worrying if we would get in.
So we made the train trip without issue and arrived in Florence to the visitor site being closed because it was Sunday and us having to try to figure out where our hotel was. I had an address and I had a map in my guide book and, thankfully, Florence is much smaller than the other cities we had visited in Italy. So I actually found the street where we were headed and ...
... his work on radio transmission and the radio telegraph system.
In the Piazza del Duomo there was much to see!
We were able to enter the Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiore. This structure with its massive dome was a kickoff to the Italian Renaissance. A structure of its size had not been built for about 1000 years! We were able to explore the artifacts found underneath the Basilica from excavations. Very cool.
The Cupola ...
All day in Florance, Tuscany area. Beautiful but very busy. Big attraction David of course. two statues, one in Michaelangelo Squuare and one in city of Florance. Original in museum, long wait. Shopping big draw. Bought presents for myself and family. Much walking for three days now. Legs holding out but not much dancing. Having a great ...
... beef sandwich. We were then given some free time to explore and then we met at one of the fresh fish vendors for a taste of fresh calamari and cod. Across the street we visited a great little pasticceria for a warm creamy pastry, the name of which escapes me currently. We then moved on to my favorite part of the tour, a wine and balsamic vinegar tasting at Enoteca Alessi. I’ve never had balsamic vinegar anything like the ones we tasted that day. I was lucky enough to try a ...