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... the dorms where he stayed. Also, there were other dorm rooms where other monks stayed. One of them became a famous artist and painted frescos inside each dorm. The frescos were really neat! All were centered around a religious theme or story. You can't visit Florence without seeing some art! We visited the two most famous museums, the Uffizi and the Accademia. The Uffizi is mostly paintings by famous renaissance painters including Botticceli, Michelangelo, and Raphael. The Accademia is ...
An uneventful but relaxing and enjoyable couple of days on Thursday and Friday as we made the most of our last days in the cool Croatian seas and pool in Mlini. I'm sure I will always hold special memories of this gorgeous place and country.
We spent most of our days doing much the same.....relaxing and swimming and spending quite a bit of time chatting to others; in particular David who spent a couple of hours by the pool chatting away to Frank ...
The magic of street artists, 2 beauties today and another lovely street musician, revisited the gorgeous Orsanmichele church before reaching the overcrowded 14thC assembly point for the citizens of Florence,Pza Signoria ( ruling council) where the original David of 1500 stood, now a replica but extraordinary nonetheless as are the other famous sculptures including the ...
... and delicious! Italians really know how to cook! Haha) A group of girls from the tour and I were enjoying our meals when the owner came out and asked us where we were all from, and seeing as it was our first time in an authentic Italian restaurant, he offered to take us for a tour out the back where he kept ancient wine making contraptions as well as how they make their own pasta and wine. He then ...
Unlike Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Howell III, Gilligan and MaryAnn, we spent an incredible 3 hour tour with a tour guide named Helen in Florence. What a great experience.
Let me back up. You see, we left Venice at 8:30 via the Grand Canal by water taxi to arrive at the train station. We boarded the fast train to Florence and we were there in no time!
We stored our luggage at the station (piece of cake) and hit the road to the Duomo and the Baptistry. It ...