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We had the traditional baguette with meat and cheese for tea, and then walked down for the 'party'. By the time we got there the military parade was over and the military band was just winding up
Traditionally following these events it is a picnic and dance down on e lawns of the river. We should have held off and had tea down there,but what did we know? And ...
... which we freely admit to having recently re-watched to jog the memory as we thought it featured 'Bramante's staircase' in the Vatican (which it didn't). Next stop Florence........ After arriving in Florence and a couple of loops around the city to avoid 'no traffic zone cameras', which have a fine of €100 if you drive under one, we found our hotel. Due to a tight time frame we took a taxi to the Academia ...
... we hit the streets. We splurged a bit today on the fine Italian leather goods, and got to see the flirty charming side of Italian men when they are trying to sell you something. It appears Italy is one of those places were cash talks and you can haggle yourself a bargain or at least we like to think we did! In between shopping we walked to many of the city attractions and I must say I wish we had spent more time here instead ...
... s presence than they will be to one who is looking only at the pictures.
My words do not do this experience justice and if we had paid $20 a person and seen only this statue, it would not have seemed excessive. It really is that impressive and incredible and awesome. A complete replica of The David stands outside in another plaza in Florence and we saw it. But it doesn’t have the same feel. The size is still somewhat impressive, but when that size is inside ...
... miss things. One can only have so much pasta and cheese! I was conversing with the owners like a native. (in mandarin) I don't know what I ordered but they must have made a special effort because the food was surprisingly good. Another thing grabbed me with the irony of it all. I had bought a drink at a deli and the cashier was a chinese girl. We communicated in broken Italian, go figure.