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... around than you can count, and so many happy times. I said in a bit of a depressed tone, holding up a dry cracker "happy thanksgiving". Rachel almost threw her shoe at me. We wandered the streets somewhat depressed for a while, kind of grumping to each other about how traveling for such a long time sucks. Then we decided that was no way to experience thanksgiving, so we treated ourselves to a pizza. We also purchased a cherry pie for that night before bed. We ate ...
... they didn’t say a thing about it, and I was able to go at the same time.
We got into the museum and as we circled the corner, began discussing how we should go straight to David as it would only get more crowded as the morning progressed. We looked for a map nearby and and couldn’t find one. All we could find was a row of unfinished sculptures. Suddenly, we looked up and he was right there in front of us, in all his gigantic ...
... the reason for the blockage was that the entire block was being used as a film set. So we hung out the Bargello windows, three storeys up, and watched the filming of Dan Brown's "The Inferno" on the street below. Apparently today was Day 2 of the filming schedule, and if you feel the need to see a Dan Brown novel on film (and I certainly hope you don't), we saw the scene where some dude falls out of a window.
After a leisurely salumi sandwich ...
... classic Ponte Vecchio with its gold and silver shops. Above the shops is a private corridor linking the Uffizi Museum on the north shore to the Pitti Palace which belonged to the Medici ruling family on the other. Apparently before gold and silver shops there used to be butcher shops so the corridor helped rulers to avoid the smell as they walked into town! We discovered we would have had ...
... of the dome along the way. We were both a little hesitant as we reached the top,
but it was all well worth it when we saw the view.
After climbing back down, we went to Piazza Santa Croce to see Fake David. (Real David had been moved inside ...