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... most delicious freshly-baked focaccia bread, and the best Italian prosciutto and other pork salamis, add in some basic fixings (truffle cream sauce, anyone?) and voila - best sandwich ever! I could not get over the fact that this giant deliciousness cost 5 EUR - that's like 5.50 USD. THAT IS WHAT WE PAY FOR A SUBWAY SANDWICH!!!! That, my friends, is blasphemy! Mixing meats is a relatively minor sin in comparison. And I'm never ever ever ever buying a Subway sandwich ...
... to get on our train. Our sits were all in cart 8, except Brooke. She stayed with us as long as possible and then headed to her seat. No one sat next to each other. We all slept and played on our phones during the train ride. It was only around 2 hours though! We landed in Florence and were headed to our hostel. The directions said we could either walk or take a bus, so we decided to take a bus. We waited at the platform for 30 minutes to show up and finally got on. As we continued ...
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Then we went to the gardens. They are on the world heritage listing for preservation. Just stunning. Though I'm sure they had a horse or two to get around. No walking like we did it, it would take all day. They would definitely need a team ...
... she was told yes but that room was closed too, and by the way it isn't a real Caravaggio! A small discussion went on as to the accuracy of this statement and then said member of staff said she thought it was away in Paris maybe, or was it somewhere else in France....erm. Grr...all this way again and still not to be able to see it.
While Joy went off to view her other paintings, Michael thought he would investigate further and asked ...
... Hard not to have a sense of excitement about it with her around saying these things.
Roberta leads us around the main masterpieces of the Uffizi, tells us who commissioned the paintings, where to look in the painting to see the painters /commissioners portraits and the meaning behind the colors and figures..interspersed of course by questions from Raymondo, what kind of wood is this he says pointing to the celling? Roberta did not miss a beat, ...
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