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... cruiser in the school carpark. Only one prang to report and that was curtesy of Mick (hehe). The Duomo is amazing - so much larger than I was expecting. The queue to see inside was also amazingly large, and as the Baptistry and museum were closed due to an upcoming visit by the pope, we decided to give it a miss this time. Our afternoon was spent visiting David at the Accademia and the Uffizi Museum. ...
Today went pretty smoothly, up early to walk to the train station, train left on time to get to Bologna station. Bit of a battle but we found the bus to get to the airport, the only delay was at the airport gate, but no major issues.
The trip by bus from Bordeaux airport to the terminal was very different to the introduction to Florence. The roads were neat, had lines (bonus) and the traffic was very orderly. The views on the trip in we're ...
... Level!!! When we got to the main square, where the government buildings and museum is, there was a full orchestra playing in amoungst these ancient and very violent looking huge statues. It was really crazy. Then we went down to the river which has these gorgeous ancient bridges and lights. It was so gorgeous mum said she might cry. (Typical Mum). We didnt get back to our house until nearly 1 am but it was an incredible night. Oh yes we had more gelato! See you later -Grace.
... hands in the usual position of prayer.
... with ample opportunity to rub up against everyone.
The Cathedral is made of marble with different coloured bits inlaid into the base slab. This is the same technique used to build the Taj Mahal, which from memory was built by an Italian with Italian Marble. As the sun descended, the light change and the colours of the Cathedral changed accordingly. Beautiful.