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... kids down on a wall to cool off while Lily & I climb the stairs to the Basilica. I pray for peace, harmony and to return to Sydney with my sanity intact.
We walk to the piazza which is gorgeous and decide to take a group photo. Tensions were still high, stony faces.
Why we want to capture this moment I will never know.We all huddle for our photo, Clint is about to take it when a lady walks right into the shot and stands there for ...
... that there was no official display for New Years, the crackers would be let off by private people & hotels.
We walked to the Arno. There were a lot of people on the Ponte Vecchio. We walked along the river to the next bridge and took a spot in the middle. It was 11:50pm, people already were letting of crackers along the banks.
The city then erupted in fireworks. Up on the hill, ...
... olive oil cookies to go with wine...2€ for 1/4lb or in Italy...une etto. Also....After a few weeks, dust bunnies were gathering so did a little housework and then some sheets and jeans. We have a washer in the apartment, but not a dryer so jeans just take forever...especially when it rains! Some random stuff today was one of the Calcio Storico parades....right by the laundromat...told you that old nonna blessed me! I can't ...
Just before we headed to florence we had a great night out at the local restaurant. As you will see a little too much wine. Given it was 50 meters from home I thought it was ok I didn't walk too fast on the way home. Well Florence was a bit of an adventure, high speed train to Florence then nice hotel and see the sites. Trying to book on line didn't work for some reason, I suspect because I didn't know the post/zip code of where ...
Today GG had control of the itinerary (!) and we jumped on the "Hop On Hop Off" buses to tour around the city and hinterland. First stop was the church of Santa Croce where my hero Galileo is interred along with many other luminaries. It seems appropriate that his crypt faces Michelangelo's across the church. I came around the world to see this place as I have read so much about the great man and yes, I had chills standing there.