Torre Di Bellosguardo
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... entrance where two security guards stood and yelled at Sarah to put her camera away. Of course, like every other place in Italy, there was no air conditioning so we used our maps of the city as our personal fans! For the most part the mass was identical to the ones in America, besides the whole "speaking in a different language" thing & the Kneeler things were just wood with no ...
... of detail and human proportion is amazing.
Apparently your not meant to take photos of the statue, but along with the hundreds of careful visitors, I manage to grab a quick snap of the real thing.
Ponte Vecchio is also quite famous, it's a bridge over the river where they have built shops attached to the outside of the bridge, quite unique.
We're off to Venice tomorrow, just a short trip north to see the city of canals.
... away from a street lined with small shops, Via Orsini. Dario and Irene also showed me where I need to catch the bus on via Baldovini, take Lines D or 23 to get to city center. This checks out with what I learned from internet research before trip. That's it, really tired, but so happy that things turned out well. Kind of sick of restaurant food, so had a cheese sandwich and part of a giant bottle of beer for dinner. ...
... Museum Pass with map in hand. Even though it was only a few blocks away, the streets are all at angles and crowded with tourists. We all have our umbrellas up as it is raining steadily. Finally, after several frustrating wrong turns we arrive and get our pass. Then go right next door to the Medicci Palace to see home of the Medicci family during the 1400s. Seems strange to imagine that this was how the other half lived so ...
... hopeful when we headed toward the train/bus station to travel to Leonardo di Vinci's birthplace... Vinci! It took me a second to put those two together... He is Leonardo of Vinci, Italy. We had received rave reviews on the hiking available through these scenic Tuscan hills, but had no idea what we were in for!
The train and bus schedule was a bit tricky on the way there, but after a few follies (adding only a mere 2-3 hours to the trip:) Oops, we were ...
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