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When I came back to Florence, it actually started to feel like home. After this weekend, I was so ready to get back to my new family in my crummy apartment, walk down the street with all the trattoria's, pass the gorgeous Duomo on my way to class, and continue to attempt to speak Italian with the locals (but mostly just give them my stupid American look). I'm so very happy to be ...
... of the art here was in fact furniture. This was quite interesting. Nothing really noteworthy jumped out so we left and made our way through the nearby parks.
All I can say is that I love autumn. We walked through Stad Park and the trees were an amazing shade of yellow. We walked through the fallen leafs and past the pond and river admiring the season and waterfall.
On our way to the next location we stopped in the centre of town for a quick photo at what ...
... I would have made it. The wine on the tour was really good, super smooth, and they were decent size glasses too! We had a delicious BBQ at one of the stops, with their famous white sausage, however my favourite was a cheese sausage wrapped in bacon.. YUM!! Got to the second winery and had another 3 wines and by this stage everyone was feeling rather cheery. After the winery tour we went into the city to get some ...
Wanting a bit of a change from palaces, churches, and art, we decided to visit this lovely city park today. It had all the features one would expect in a lovely park, - fountains, birds, a children's playground, families picnicking, and people reading or sleeping. As well, there were some surprises.
On the top of a hill we came across a tower built to commemorate the opening of the park in 1888. This tower, ...
... I'm already boring you enough at this point with all my architectural analysis of buildings. We had the afternoon off Friday and I actually went back to Loos' building to sketch it before going out that night with some friends. Saturday, was a really long day. We saw a bunch of housing projects in the morning with one of Marina's (one of my professor) colleague. In the afternoon the same lady gave us a tour of the brand new WU Campus of Economics ...