Travel Blogs from Montespertoli
... frescoes and sculptures in the Palazzo. We continued our walk towards Ponte Vecchio. As we walked across the bridge, we saw that every store was a goldsmith or jeweller, a legacy of Ferdinand de Medici. Once over the bridge we wandered around the streets a bit. This side of the Arno River is a bit more dirty and run down compared to the other side, so we crossed the river again and headed for the Boboli Gardens. The queue ...
... looming departure from this beautiful county came closer and closer, I realized that this time around, Taya just might join her. Yet even as I had to rip my wife away, kicking and screaming, to our next destination, I had to admit that many of those oohs and ahhs heard during our time in Florence were coming from me.
... s David. This is twenty feet of solid marble. Carved from a single block, the fabled giant killer appears to have paused for a fraction of a second to survey the scene. The magic of the work is its fluidity. In comparison to the two copies we've seen the original is subtly different. Unlike the Mona Lisa, there is no crush to see the work (partly because its so huge). Visitors take time to enjoy the experience, ...
... both beat from traveling. While it is not nearly as clean and crisp as the wonderful and wholesome food we have enjoyed in Agerola, we make do. We are settled in for the night and I am writing this blog to share while listening to the sights and sounds of Florence. Tomorrow, Walking Tour of Florence & The Uffizi. After that, done with tours. Friday is just hanging out and getting ready to move to the Zonta Convention in Torino. Ciao for ...
... olive oil and salt), prosciutto ham and some incredibly soft cheese. Whilst we were savouring the taste sensation we were given an introduction to the wine regulations and standards of the Chianti region. This includes the Doc-G accreditation and the Black Rooster label – both of which ensure that the bottled wine meets an excellent standard that is guaranteed. A true Sangiovese wine must have no less than 85% Sangiovese ...
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