Hotel Terme Pellegrini
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in this Christ's abdomen- the pear seemed to be the way 12th century artists attempted to capture abdominal anatomy as we noted countless examples.
A century later, the 6 pack looked a little more like this
and in the 1400s, unbelievably more like what we expect regular workouts to produce in this pencil ...
... I had been lingering at The Birth of Venus and the Primavera for quite a while. You just can't treat these paintings as a drive by. Anyway, I managed to find someone else in our group who had also been separated from the herd. We managed to find the others but missed out on so much commentary...no tip for him. It's so hot in the galleries which just doesn't make sense. You would think the climate would be caller to preserve the artworks.
The goal today was to give Dave an overview of the city...and visit a few markets. Our first stop was Mercato Centrale by way of the duomo. We did the slow walk through the souvenir/leather stalls in the San Lorenzo area. We led Dave up and down all the aisles at the Mercato...showing him food that should be eaten and some that makes you want to give up meat! Dave was surprised that meatballs are not a popular item in Firenze. ...
... to meet with our local guide for the morning. She took us on a two-hour walking tour of Florence. Florence is a very interesting city, with such great history with some of Italy’s most famous and influential including Michelangelo, Galileo, Foscolo and Rossini.
On our tour we visited the Statue of David (the fake one), Ponte Vecchio, the Medici Palace, Piazza del Duomo, the Duomo Cathedral, Basilica Santa Croce, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the ...
... It was actually a church but you were able to see the small rooms that the monks used to sleep in. I pretended not to understand that you weren't allowed to take photos (I'm learning from all the other tourists!) and took some photos before they tracked me down and told me off! I then headed off to see if I could find the art gallery of Clet the guy who is modifying all the street signs. On my way (after a quick detour to buy a bag at Mandarina Duck) I ran into Jodi (my workshop ...