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... local Italian artist who was drawing backpacker's portraits. The other guy was a young fellow from Chile who was in Florence for a school audition. He played his Cello for us and he was amazing. Words cannot express his talent. It was a great way to end the day, pure artistry everywhere! Again, we love Florence, and we decided to stay three more days. Highlight of day: seeing sienna, finding home, music Day 12: Florence We checked out of our hostel and went back to the city centre. I ...
... David once stood, exposed to the elements and pigeon poop, camera flashes and hordes of by passers. We then walked through the colourful San Lorenzo market, where merchants flog leather handbags, jackets, scarves and other colourful souvenirs. I entered a leather shop near the market stalls, and walked out with a pretty tan coloured Italian tailored leather jacket. Chris went into another leather shop and bought an awesome bigger carry on bag ...
... area! then we headed out into the Tuscan countryside. Just magnificent!!! I got a couple of pictures but they just do not do it justice. Olive orchards, into the Chianti region with it's fantastic vineyards, rolling hills, quaint little towns. A marvelous ride with a superb dinner at the end at Osteria Alla Piazza. There just aren't enough adjectives to describe! When we got home, after a brief planning session, I fell into bed and off to dream ...
... enjoyed the Italian surrounding which was just so charming. There are a lot to see and visit in Florence but instead of visiting the museums, we decided to just take pleasure in the bursting feel of Italian Renaissance surrounding us. We found some form of art in every corner of Florence. The city itself is like an open art museum!
I did not expect to like Florence so much. But I did.
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... one shop we came across. Their sign read : "No drinks, no food, no icecream" It seems icecream and food are two totally different categories here.
2)People riding Vespas in high heels. It doesn't seem like it would work, but somehow it does. The Italians are known for their fashion, and we've seen quite a few snazzy outfits, on mannequins and walking on the street. Crazy colors, weird fur and leather patterns, and unnecessarily large hoods ...