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... way to see everything. We came upon the Fort Debasso. We only saw a little of the fort as a high fashion show was on. Phillip saw many men's outfits and suits he would like me to buy for him!!!! We continued to walk enjoying seeing Florence this way. We came upon a very small Church named Chapel of the S. Sacrament. No inside photos of this as people were praying and we didn't want to disturb them. We then stopped at a ...
... scenes using gold thread eg "Coronation of the Virgin". David was carved by Michelangelo Buonarroti in1501- 1504. He was carved from one single block of marble from the quarries in Carrara in Tuscany, one of the whitest in the world. He is 5.16 meters tall and weighs 5,660 kg.
Once we had finished viewing the artwork we walked through the streets to the Gilli Café, it is a very "posh" coffee bar and ...
... we could. Reading the wall graffiti, trying to think of the word that describes the change in tone ambulance syrians make when they head off into the distance, poor Ian E got a few texts!, laughing at the postcards (see photos) and almost getting desperate enough to buy the jigsaw postcard (again, see photo - even the cherubs look bored as Sam pointed out) to do in the queue. Sam was so bored he set a reminder on his phone to throw himself ...
... breeze was refreshing and much needed since everyone who dared to reach the top was out of breath :)
Once at the bottom, we stood at the Baptistery and people watched in the sun till we met up with Nancy Lou... now off to a ton of people watching & sight seeing, but first lunch!
We dined in the sun outdoors in Piazza Santa Maria Novella were they used to have chariot races. Luckily, our family tour guide ...
... museum since the 1800’s, the statue’s dominating presence is impressive and much taller than I expected. Viewed from every angle, the statue of David is a magnificent piece of sculpture and probably Michelangelo’s finest. His depiction of the biblical David (from the Old Testament) is that of the physical perfection of a 17year old Italian youth. (Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any photos inside the museum.) Apparently the statue has been carved from ...