Relais Santa Croce
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... was soooo creepy, funny, scary, and weird all at the same time! After I did a little shopping with Gabi and Allie, and then took a nice nap! I did get some homework done between my nap and then dinner, and then the rest of the night was very ...
On our way to Florence today, big day on the bus with some great tuscan countryside seen as we drive along. Stopped to admire views of city from Piazzle Michelangelo, free time in hotel before dinner.
Set off at very decent hour of 8.45am for a sightseeing morning walk through the streets to see the buildings and statues of Florence. Free time to shop and see Grotto's Bell Tower, the Bartistry, Piazza della SIgnoria.
We also had a guided tour of the world ...
... of art galleries (saw Michaelangelo's The David in the Accademia and the Venus in Uffizi). The statues around this city are a sight to behold - truly breathtaking! Before Laura and Kriton joined us from their honeymoon in Santorini in Greece, Mum and I took the fast train to Verona to do a Shakespeare pilgrimage to see Juliet's balcony and tomb. Well worth the look..a stunning city... Lots to see and do... But ...
Before reading this blog, be aware that it is written more as a memory for me than for other's entertainment. We will try to post our blog about our activities and highlights soon. Hope everyone is well back home :)
Every year millions of people travel to Florence to see the great art of the Renaissance that she holds in any one of her famous museums. Others come to fulfil religious desires as they pray in one of her many churches. Some come for her food, many come ...
... still standing today is amazing. We knew we were going to love Florence.
Later, when our new friend Lizzy joined us she educated us in the significance of the buildings, in terms of how they reflect the changing ideas over the 200 years of its construction. The fašade of the building shows gothic influences with heavy embellishment and filigree, while the rest of the building reflects the emergence of the Renaissance, with more symmetry and balance and ...