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... meal, good conversation and it was fun to be in a bigger apartment for the evening! After a night of violent thunder, lightening and torrential rain, Wednesday dawned sunny and warm. We set out east to explore, crossing the swollen, swiftly-moving Arno River. We climbed through the Rampe di San Niccolo, a beautiful public park with gardens, grottoes and fountains, up the steps to the Piazzale Michelangelo with stunning views overlooking the city. There we met Megan who quit her job ...
Before heading to the southern part of Tuscany, we started the day by touring the inside of the Duomo in Florence. This cathedral was begun at the end of the 13th century by Arnolfo di Cambio, and the dome (somehow constructed with no scaffolding) was added in the 15th century on a design of Filippo Brunelleschi. A statue of these two architects can be found on the outside with the beautiful mix of white, pink and green marble. The inside is more simple, with ...
... of the cross. Including masterpieces by Carravagio, Ruben, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Lipi, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Van Dyke. It was a very spectacular experience seeing them up close. A favorite was of course the Venus De Milo, very large and very grand. We then had a very quick trip to the Academy to visit our dear friend Davo. We could have spent hours exploring the Academy too but time was running short and we had some more leather goods to buy and we couldn't go all the way ...
... more interaction with the locals, we decided to heave our luggage over centuries worn cobblestones. Found our hotel one block from the Duomo- things are turning our way! Set out to enjoy our first glass of wine and bruschetta, see Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi gallery, outdoor vendors and goldsmiths. Topped off the evening with a true Italian dinner and ...
... here in Italy to shield them from the sun (or just to be fashionable!)--There are inexpensive hats here everywhere, and I bought one for 5 Euro that wore out already (the trim unwound, then the whole hat started shredding!), plus another cheap red one I still have. I replaced the first with a more sturdy hat, but that was 22 Euros. However, it was made in Florence and seems to be very high quality/nicely made.
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