Hotel Massimo D'Azeglio
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... the kind people WANT and i don't mean current day street art. It originated in the Renaissance and was a way to adorn walls sort of like wall paper before it was invented. You would put a layer of grey plaster then a layer of white and you would scratch away the white to reveal beautiful patterns. No pictures to show now but they will come. We also learnt that Florence was established before Christ by the Romans. They set up a military camp where it is now Piazza de ...
... strange to walk into a shop and see a dog on the end of the lead, patiently waiting while their owner browsed the racks! We did find a couple of bargains, but the bags in Prada were still unaffordable, even with 30% off!! Some shops were more popular than others- the people were lined up outside Ralph Lauren, as they were only letting small groups of 6-10 in at any one time! I knew it was time for a rest when I called a pigeon a "fat penguin"!! Back ...
... of starvation so you can eat a few mini pies at the work xmas party.
Why wait for that special occasion to try that, see this, or go there? Isn't waking up today in a beautiful country and seeing the sunshine whilst being surrounded by your family and friends special enough?
"Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground" ~ Rumi
... engineering knowledge to build something which could support the weight of a covered dome. ... 3 small holes in the floor to underground drainage which still works to this day and if the rain too heavy the floor slopes down to the entrance ... Built 126 AD, no computers no machines. It is still the largest dome in Rome, michewl Angelo studied its structure before building St Paul's and deliberately made St Pauls slightly smaller. Through a shopping centre which was ...
... the fountain. The rest of us decided to see where one of the tree-lined paths would take us. We came upon the Kauffehaus, a sage green pavilion built in the mid-1770s. It was built as a resting spot for those strolling through the garden. The area of the Kauffehaus open to the public has a spectacular vantage point of the Firenze skyline; in particular, the Duomo.
The twins, Jay, ...