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... est noir
La tamia rayé est très petite
La mouffette est noire et blanche
Le renard a la fourrure d'orange
J'ai vu des éléphants en Tanzanie
Nous avons vu des lions en Tanzanie.
Elizabeth aime les zèbres. J'aime les giraffes. Papa aime les lions.
Nous avons vu deux léopards dans un arbre en Tanzanie
Le papillon a beaucoup de couleurs. ...
... in Firenze it was straight to Giotto's Bell Tower @ Piazza del Duomo which also has the Bapistry, Cathedral and Cupola. Mr Hands chose the Bell Tower to climb as it is only slightly lower than the Duomo and gives you a view of the Duomo and Firenze.
The only catch is - its 414 steps up and 414 steps down. I would swear there are more steps going up than down based on my laboured breathing and heart rate. As I've said before though, perhaps this will guarantee me ...
... out of the top window of the cottage, big smiles, arms talking. We waved and she came down. Absolutely no English but bigs smiles. Introductions as best we could. This is Carla , our hostess. Carla and Forese own this cottage, which is named Casa Forese. She was beautiful. Showed us the house inside and went through all the things in Italian of course, which I repeated out loud in Inglish. The garden was great, ...
Florence is where we picked up our motor scooter, starting on a 125cc for practice (like the one we have at home) then trading up to a 300cc so we could better keep up with traffic. Our first city was Greve, about 1.5 hours south of Florence where we stayed in an old, renovated farm house. Then to the Castle Montegiorre.
We were heading south and ...
... the human form: naked but usually with a hat or spear and occasionally with a bunch of grapes, a dragon, or such. One also tended to see a lot of marble or bronze wrestling twosomes with names like Honour over Deception. But I LOVE it. There was that "hiccup of awe" when I saw the boldly colored "Holy Family" by MichelangeloI and I enjoyed the Botticello's series of seven wall high panels, each picturing a woman dressed to the "nines" in the style of ...