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... tourists all out having a good time. We decided to avoid the much anticipated Italian Football game held in the Plaza at Santa Croce as tickets were sold out and the crowds would be enormous. Instead we visited the Mercato Centrale, a two story marketplace filled with stalls of purveyors of all types of local taste treats. We bought spice mixes to cook some of our favorite Tuscan dishes when we return home. We perused all the ...
... the beginning of the intricacies and beauty of the palace. Medieval (grotesque) frescoes on the ceiling of the first room and Christian art (1280's) in gold leaf (heads are turned slightly a style of that era) with halos. Then we moved into the next room see some of the Renaissance art (Lippi) - more 'line style' art. Often the painters or the commissioners painted themselves into the art looking directly at the viewer. There is also a stunning portrait of the Duke and his ...
... is actually from the summer, but I figured he'd appreciate me sharing this one instead of the one I took while he was on the elliptical ;) I don't get to talk to my parents too much because of work, school, and the time difference, so I really appreciate when I actually get to see them. I sent them a selfie earlier this week just to make sure they didn't forget what my face looked like. Choosing not to include that ...
... by Shoes, Jewellery and Perfume. Wine missed a sitter in the closing minutes. The twin strike force of Hard Bargaining and Tough Negotiator put in some sterling efforts to overcome the stubbornness of the shopkeeper's defence. There was no added time by the referee. Just before we left Florence it started raining which continued all the way to Livorno and the ship. Just found out that as there are going to be 45 mph ...
... so I run over to the vines and take my shots. Its a very quick pit stop and we are soon called back to the van. The vineyard we stop at is nice. There is a lovely courtyard and garden that we take hasty photos off before we are swept away to tour the grape separation chambers where they make the wine and the barrel area where the wine is stored. Our tour guide has a very strong accent so I'm struggling to understand what she is saying with all the details. But general gist - grape ...