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... Paul, forever brave in the face of a new eating experience, tried the lardo bruschetta.
Now, we had been told of this Tuscan delicacy, Lardo di Colonnata, by Marizito, our landlord in Sicily. While you really dont want to know how its made, I'm told the end result is a silky delicious delight. Paul would definitely agree. While stunningly presented, there was no way it was ...
... in mosaic paintings including the Last Judgement, Choir of Angels, and a sequence of paintings depicting sequences from people in the bible. We have spent so long craning our necks to look up at ceilings that we have permanent cricks in our necks. Finally we went into the cathedral itself, which is large but quite austere. Underneath the cathedral floor excavations have uncovered a substantial amount of the original church built in the 4th ...
... apostle Peter and is mentioned at the end of the second epistle of Paul to Timothy. The actual church we saw dates back to 1513. I really enjoyed it in comparison to some of the grander churches we have seen probably because it was simple and had no relics. It was lovely to stand there and contemplate whilst coloured light from the stained glass fell in a kaleidoscope on the pulpit in the late evening sun. Note the photo of the art on the ceilings done by ...
... walls and haul our backs up 250 stairs, then a hugely steep incline, but the last bit was because we chose a room on the roof of this hotel. Today we decided to take a drive to the popular Tuscan tourist stop of San Gimignano. Smaller than Volterra and absolutely no cars inside the walls, so parking outside on a Saturday morning was difficult to say the least. Parking is always difficult in this country! We were only ...
Florence is such a beautiful place filled with Art, Museums, beautiful old churches and Lovely squares. Streets of cobble stone and not much room for cars to drive by.
Lots of leather stores and little shops, fabulous restaurants severing up authentic food. The lasagna I ate was to die for and it melted in your mouth.
I would want to back to Florence to visit again.