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Travel Blogs from Florence
... the deceased. So sad, no hope.
While Rick and I were in the Chapel of the Princes we could hear some wonderful pipe organ music and fantastic vocals. We thought at first that it might be a recording but then realized it was live music coming from the adjacent Church of San Lorenzo. We left the Medici Chapel and walked around the building to the ...
... size and nicely decorated and the guy was very helpful explaining the main attractions to see. (The only drawback is that wifi isn’t free but €5 for 24 hrs.)
We went out to have a wander around & get some tea. Very quickly we were in the square around the beautiful Duomo. An outdoor pavement restaurant there was quite reasonably priced and looked good, so we decided to eat there. I had minestrone and Greg had Spaghetti ai Frutti de ...
... trips. He's a great guy and he makes his class fun. Then after class my friends and I always go buy fresh bags of cookies from the school cafe next door. They're always amazing and 2 bags only cost you 1 meal point. Now thursday is always a tough day. I have 2 classes basically back to back and only get a short break for lunch. First is architecture history. Last year this was literally my favorite class. It was so interesting and I had the best professor. In the class here I ...
... going in the sun and heat, especially when it started to go uphill! We were definitely away from the tourists up here.
We were glad to get back down by the river and stopped immediately to get a drink. Lyn paid 6 euros for his beer and I paid 4 for a lemon soda and we sat outside a restaurant watching the world go by. We were going to eat there, but I had spotted a little local eating spot just opposite so decided to go there instead; result? Beer ...
... the three flints were used to light a
large Easter candle that was later transformed into a cart, called Brindellone
from locals. Brondellone is about 9 meters tall and is hauled by four white
oxes. The cart is loaded with fireworks and goes around the city
departing from Porta al Prato to Piazza Duomo.
At the same time in the small Church of Santissimi Apostoli the three
flints lights the holy fire that is carried in procession ...