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... we had seen from the outside yesterday during the forced march. It is quite lovely, with vaulted ceilings and an amazing dome--the church was built with a hole in the ceiling, waiting for someone to figure out a way to put a dome on it. Someone did. It is truly amazing--it is really a double dome, with a staircase spiraling through its inner and outer shells. Since it involves almost 500 steps in close quarters, we passed on that experience. We ...
... for the lights. There's me looking at my iPhone for the location of the hotel trying hard not to get it wet, and asking Meredith and Wills to stop in the rain whilst I got my bearings. Hotel found we walked up the steps and met the nicest hotelier you could ask for. To break the ice after handing over our passports, he asked if there was an "Old Zealand". Got us laughing anyway. Being in the middle of town, the hotel was an older building and ...
... the bronze flowers on which are believed to have been made by a young Da Vinci, when he was the artist’s apprentice. Following this, a bit more of a walk around town (during which I checked out but decided not to visit a museum of Galileo’s inventions) I picked up my bags from the hostel and got to the train station for my trip to Cannobio, a small town in far northern Italy, on the shore of Lake Maggiore. After a brief stop and hurried transfer ...
... freshly sliced prosciutto, melon, possibly cheese, and something that resembled a quinoa salad that was delicious. There was also a platter of crostini with chicken liver pate, which always reminds me of the smell of dog food, so I passed. We had two types of pasta, sadly memory escapes me as to the specifics, and a huge, heaping plate of traditional Florentine bistecca.
Giacomo was ...
... hill and round lots of bends we go. After nearly an hour's drive the scenery changes drastically as we arrive in Pisa. We entered an address near the Cathedral into the GPS and ended up right in the middle of it all. Tourists everywhere, I was surprised no one pulled us over and asked us what we were doing. Luckily we found a spot for the car I could squeeze into. (Squeeze is the word) We weren't sure whether or not we were allowed to park there so ...