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... through all these. Ancient paintings, artworks .... All covered in mud. This was an amazing place anyway. To suddenly know some of the history made it incredible. By the way, the church is on Piazza Santa Croce. I didn't enjoy this square last year. Little did I know what wonderful buildings and gardens lay behind the facade of that church. Also, inside stood at the tomb of Michelangelo! And Galileo! WOW! Just absolute magic. After that. Had a gelati. ( When in doubt, ...
... leather products. Even with a few minutes of rain later in the afternoon, the trip was very successful and productive. Not to mention that a well needed vacation day. Now it's time to crank hard in studio and finish my work before my true European vacation ...
... the San Marco Basilica and museum. This museum is known for housing famous works by Fra Angelico as well as holding the 15th-century living quarters of the Basilica's monks-including Savonarola. All along the walls within the rooms and halls are Fra Angelico frescoes depicting biblical scenes like the Annunciation, the Last Supper and Crucifixion. I enjoyed the subtleties the most, like viewing and smelling the wood in the rafters of the ceilings.
Today was our rest day for the tour. We had the whole day free to relax, shop, eat ... I finally slept in beyond 4am and woke at 7.45am. After a leisurely breakfast I headed out with Kerrie, Robert and Liz to wander through the streets of Montecatini; exploring the shops and smaller streets around the town. There are many lovely shops here and a lot of then have new winter stock in- beautiful jumpers and jackets! Very tempting for a jumper ...
... all were life sized or larger..
Orsanmichele has a THIRD story, which was surprising because every single floor had incredibly tall ceilings, and it just didn't give the appearance of being as tall as it was from the outside. It just kept on going! The upstairs was pretty much devoted to views of the city from enormous windows all around, although here and there along the walls were some much smaller sculptures. Each was about two feet tall, and most were ...