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... and paintings. The early,
Sunday rise had its perks. After a 10-minute wait to enter, I was in, staring
in awe down the empty corridors as the piercing, morning sunlight shot in
through the windows and lit up the inside. I had my mind set on going
downstairs to experience a series of paintings by Gherardo Delle Notti, a 17th
century painter whose works had blown my mind the last time I saw them. This
museum has ...
... the different villages and wineries! Start saving your money MOM!!! Before the tour we went out for one last walk of the bridges and squeezed in a bit of window shopping! The men selling leather bags always took a liking to Jess and commented on her pretty face:) After the tour we just chilled on our balcony for a while before heading to bed. Excited to be heading to Venice tomorrow but sad that we have to leave Florence...she's been good to ...
... to perfection. The popularity of the shop was also evident by the fact that one of their shophands was consistently having to strike off items from their daily menu as supply was exhausted. The proprietors are also fervent supporters of local club Fiorentina with photos, emblems and the colour purple a recurrent theme. I guess that no one is perfect! PRO TIP: Don't wear the colours of another team in there lest you wish for other ingredients included in your dish.
We wandered ...
... we washed down with a few glasses of Chianti. At the end of the session we both received a graduation certificate, which means we are now both fully qualified to open an Italian restaurant in Australia (but not Italy).
As full as could be, we now had to pick up our car and hit the frog and toad for Siena which would be our home in the Tuscan hills for the next two ...
Leaving this morning to catch the bus to Siena. Wednesday is market day in Siena and we've promised Mark a Porchetta sandwich for lunch...more later on that. Well we arrived as planned but not exactly how we planned. The bus we ended up on was a brand new double decker and Mark and Ann got front window seats. Now ordinarily this is fun and interesting if you're in the city...driving through Firenze old town and down Tuscan roads at ...
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