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... they were majorly on sale, so I won't freeze my buns off! After this weekend I am living on a bakery baguette and bag of pasta/tomatoes so I can save up until the next trip. I uploaded all the pictures because it would take forever to upload only a few manually so I appologize! Hope all is well at home, and I will update again after the ski trip this weekend. Tomorrow is a full day of Italian from 9-2, photography from 2-5 and cooking class at 6! Ciao!
... since setting out on this holiday.
Anne and I went to see the Medici Chapel, adjacent to the San Lorenzo Church, this morning. There are two tombs there adorned with sculptures by Michelangelo and containing members of the illustrious Medici family who fortunately had a bob or two to sponsor artists like Michelangelo.
We had passed through Piazza Duomo several times on our walk abouts, but had not yet visited the cathedral. After wandering around inside, ...
... our evening in the the Tuscany Hills in a vineyard farm. We ate there. It was sooo good. Someone played and some of the kids danced. It was a lot of fun.
We just got back. I am tired and looking forward to a good sleep.
We are off to Venice tomorrow.
1. What parts of David are out of proportion?
2. What was the Leaning Tower of Pisa first built for?
3. How is the highest grade of Olive oil ...
... who are going back home. We were driving on A22, but cannot really remember where they were camping. They had many bikes in the back and were in the carvan with the whole family. Everybody except the little one had a motorbike and rode it. We played card games on the road and Mariann offered us some food and drinks. It was a nice family!
Our last ride was quite late in the evening - Christoph took us to Rosenheim. So, we drove ...
... t give up that adventure for anything. The photo ops were great and the stories, well, you never forget those.
Hugely famished and dehydrated, we decided we needed food, now. Since navigation back down from the piazza was painfully simple, we were quickly back on the streets of Florence and searching for some sustenance. The smell came first when we rounded a corner off the Duomo area. Melissa, said 'this way', and we followed her willingly. We arrived at a small ...