Hotel Home Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... impatient to reveal the vision in his mind's eye. However, Michelangelo did not consider himself a creator; rather, he believed he simply freed the spirit that is already contained within the marble, in essence freeing it. In essence, that is what the Prisoners in their incomplete form represent, so much so that some believe Michelangelo left them unfinished on purpose.
Getting to see Michelangelo's sculptural masterpieces after his painting masterpieces in ...
... tip it out after the first sip). After dinner we headed out
with Paul and Amanda to get Gelato for dessert. We found some in the main
square and then sat and watch acrobats on red, green and white material doing
twists and somersaults in the air. We then walked back along the river to our
hotel and had a reasonably early night (10:30).
Fact of the Day – Galileo use the Leaning Tower of Pisa in
his gravity experiments, dropping objects from the top.
... and away from the business district. We were walking at a little after 7:15 and and the backlight provided by the setting sun bathed the hills in a beautiful glow. It never ceases to amaze me how the hustle and bustle of Florence makes you forget how really close you are to the hills of Tuscany. I’m grateful every time I get reminded.
We had dinner at Osteria di Pazzi, which loosely translates to crazy restaurant. Osteria di Pazzi lives up to its name. ...
... I did found an internet point in an alley that had three computers for rent that allowed me to upload a few pics from our time in Venice.
The kids could still take pics with their phones and send them out when we found WiFi. In the end, as I said earlier, we adapted and being cut off wasn't such the drama it was at the start. It gave us space to chat with each other more, perhaps, although we do talk a lot anyway. We read more though. Using our Kobos.
... where the long queue gives away the otherwise insignificant entry location. We have again asked our hotel to make our reservation and so go straight through and with one left turn are looking down the gallery to the atrium under which stands one statue of David this morning bathed in a glow of morning sun from the glass above. It is still amazing no matter how many times you see it. This is the first visit for Vanessa so she patiently puts up with all ...