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... the Medici family used to cross the river where no one could see them. All this time I had been looking at beautiful pictures of the city of Florence, many of them being of the elegant bridge with all of the shops added on. I had no idea there was a hallway with small windows right above the shops and didn't know its great historical significance.
... and headed towards the statue. Up until now I will admit I’m not very artsy and I feel most of it is wasted on me but this, really, really impressed me. The workmanship and the detail but not even just that but the size of the marble sculpture was just awe inspiring. Everything about it was impressive the veins in his arm the tone of his leg muscles I mean even his toes had little hairs carved onto them. Obviously we have to mention the phallus and the ...
... of Florence were and those with money learned and paid to have residences built in Fiesole up 'on the hill' to take advantage of the views!
This city has walls and an arch too (I guess all big cities have walls and arches). Here, the arch was built in celebration of the fall of the House of Medici from power. The Medici family was partly responsible (with other families of power positions in politics and government) for ...
... which we didn’t like as much.
We arrived that lunch at a restaurant located on another winery with olive trees all over as well. There was a set menu ordered for us and we knew this going into it. We were advised the meal was not appropriate for vegetarians or anyone with food restrictions and no alterations could be made – and we were a-okay with that, hoping it would be an authentic, delicious meal.
We were served ...
... br> From here we went to see the statue of David in the Galleria dell'Accademia. There were three queues: the longest being those without tickets, then the line of those with reserved timed entry or Firenze Cards & then school groups (bus groups virtually enter without waiting!). We had a short wait before we went in. Again we marveled at his unfinished sculptures, at how they just seem to emerge from the stone. Unfortunately there are no photos allowed now. ...