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... the rack and pinion, the ball barring, the fly wheel, the screw pump, the bicycle, the revolving crane, the paddle boat, the tank, the machine gun, the mortar, the parachute, the hydraulic saw and printing press. Not to mention that he was one of the founding members of automation wrote several books on anatomy and is a world famous painter. A couple of his paintings that you may or may not have heard of include The Mona Lisa and The Last ...
... shaped Baptistery, which is overshadowed by the sheer enormity of its neighbor, the Duomo. It’s just as massive as I remembered it.
The line to climb the famous dome of the Duomo wrapped around one side of the building. The rest of the crew queued up while I rushed off to get tickets for the climb. When I returned to the line, Jay and I ...
... our last meal in florence. It was 10:50 when we left the Westin and Gusta pizza closed at 11:00 so we had to run. We took 2 wrong turns crossed the wrong bridge, but we made it sweating, hot and sore, only to see that it was wide open for at least another hour :p. The pizza was as good as the previous. It was midnight when we decided to try out the secret midnight bakery, the last thing on our list to do. Arriving at 12:30 we could not ...
... catch up with the flashy start it gave us. We saw the famous Ponte Vecchio and its many gold shops and vendors selling these balls that you could slam on the ground and watch reform into a ball. We saw two fake Davids', across the river, up a hill, and in a parking lot, gives a stunning view of Florence. We also tried to see the inside the Pitti Palace and its amazing gardens, but the price tag turned us away at the door. After spending most of the day there we had ...
... Florentine steak. Traditionally the steak is served extremely rare, although we asked for the "American" version and it was served medium. Three of us shared the steak because it was extremely large, though it was very good. After lunch a few people in the group went to a local football game, but Sofie and I decided to walk around and explore town a little. We had about 6 hours to shop, explore, and check out the sights. We went in a few ...
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