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I stared the day very slowly. I was able to sleep in! I left early for lunch and walked around the city before meeting Sarah for lunch! I found a beautiful ring! After lunch Sarah and I walked around the city just exploring! After I just spent the rest of the day in my apartment doing homework and studying... There's a reason it's called STUDY ...
... down, being crushed by it’ kind poses. As we only had 30 minutes in Pisa, we didn’t have an opportunity to climb the 296 steps to the top (thankfully, as I’m not good with heights).
A short drive back to the ship and then Mum and I were reunited.
Florence has had many famous residents – Florence Nightingale, Leonardo Di Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Galilaeo, Amerigo Vespucci, Donatello and Guccio Gucci.
... dome looking down at us. The building is 150 long with the the dome reaching 115 meters high. It is another magnificent architectural marvel considering it was constructed the early 1400s. In contrast to the extravagance of the exterior, the Duomo interior is more subdued in its decor, paling in comparison to the golden mosaics of Venice's San Marco Basilica.
The kids expressed interest in seeing ...
... looked over me, questioning my beliefs- or lack of. A few hours later we were well and truly Renassianced out! Venus was ace though. I'm glad I spied her after all these years. (Just to impress you Huw!) At least we got a duomo hat photo out of it! I feel like I never need to see another gold leafed Jesus painting again...unless Graeme fancies it of course...ha! One thing that really stood out for us was a tiny little bar serving wine, meat, ...
... craning your neck to try and take it all in--it makes you feel very inconsequential. And that's a powerful experience.
Two things I'd like to discuss before we leave the story of the museum behind. In short, bones and breasts.
- Bones first, though. There is a whole room devoted to religious relics, which, admittedly, I find both morbid and fascinating. For the unaware, a relic is a part of the body of a ...
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