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But I couldn't get a picture of it. It just sprinkled a little bit, but snow was definitely not something I was expecting to see once I got here! So basically, it's really cold today. And then it started pouring, so I figured it'd be a good idea to stay inside and get my life organized a little bit and try to make this place really start to feel like home. It's getting there! I keep making ...
Today we gave our legs a break and went to the Bargello National Museum. It holds a large collection of sculptures by Donatello, Michelangelo, and others. For hundreds of years before it was converted to a museum, the Bargello was the Police Captain's home and prison. There aren't any cells left now. ...
... to do what took us 35 minutes in the taxi the other way. !!!! Another 20 minute wait for the boat and 30 minutes later we were back in St Marks Square. We picked the boat that said Pl de Roma and were shocked when instead of going down the grand Canal it suddenly started going the other canal, so 3/4 of an hour later after seeing all the docks we arrived to pick up our hire car. Now the next part of the journey according to the Sat Nav was 2 hours and. 10 minutes. It was ...
... appetizers, gnocchi (noodles made from potatoes like thick egg noodles) with ground veal and turkey and minced veggies in a red wine reduction sauce, chicken certiorari which is pan seered chicken with veggies and a tomato sauce, finally, dessert was a gooey chocolate souffle. We had so much cooking with our chief, Francesco, and our new Korean friend, Song. We ate dinner with the strong Italian red wine in a wine cellar. There was an Asian Aussie family, a woman ...
We left Rome early this morning and drove to Florence for lunch. This was the home of Michelangelo until he moved to Rome, but not before he created the amazing statue of David at the age of 26. We had a tour around Florence with a local guide, admiring all of the statues before doing a little spot of shopping.
In the late afternoon we travelled to the village ...