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... includes some ancient sarcophagi, a large14th-century fresco and a cloistered courtyard with soil imported from Jerusalem which claims to turn a body into bones within 24 hours! The museum features the preparatory sketches (sinopias) for the Campsanto's frescoes which were uncovered by bombing in World War II. We are preparing to move to a larger apartment about 20 minutes from here next week. We're excited by the prospect of having a bit more ...
... apartment getting well and truly flooded! I was a tad worried about lightening while he was standing in water, but thankfully all went well and he is still with us! After making the most of the rain to do some domestic chores, we headed out to the Pitti Palace and the Galleria Palatina. The Palace is one of the largest buildings in Florence, but the rooms are quite small and heavily ...
... a chance to stop at Montefioralle and walk along a curved, winding cobblestone street. The scenery is so lush and green, Then we went to the Verrazzano winery, where we were given a tour, along with a group of others from the US, Germany and Switzerland. Our guide, Gino, was very knowledgeable and passionate, encouraging us to use all of our senses to enjoy the wine, not our brain. The winery also grows artichokes, olives, lemons (in terra cotta pots so ...
... and was understaffed. While the experience did not live up to Claibourne's expectations, it's still one of her favorite restaurants. We made it out of dinner with 8 minutes until midnight and rushed through the crowds on the streets to the Duomo.
The Duomo was packed with people, as it had just hit midnight. Fireworks were being set off everywhere - it even looked like the fireworks might hit the Duomo. At this ...
Today it was 33.
We went on 3 tours.
The first one was 3 hours.
The second two were 3 hours.
We ate 3 meals.
We walked 33 miles.
A 12 oz can of Coke in Europe 33 cL.
Threes aside, we dodged a tour group with our planned breakfast time only to find the place wiped out of coffee, dishes, etc. thanks to a Rick Steves' organized tour. We prefer to be disorganized. Within a few minutes, ...