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... of other small internet chores as will. While completing the papers etc as we did this in the common dining/ lounge area, we met an elderly couple from Canada and chatted with two youngish Californian ladies who are archeologists working here in Florence. We acted on one of Susan's recommendations to visit a small town called Fiesole. Her recommendations have been very helpful and by the time we leave we will have done most of them. We walked about ...
... comes here to see Michelangelo's David, which may be the most celebrated sculpture in the world. Soon after entering the gallery, the image of this masterpiece becomes visible at the end of a long corridor, which is lined with several other sculptures by Michelangelo, including the Quatro Prigioni, a series of unfinished sculptures depicting prisoners struggling to free themselves from the marble stone.
... great street food and a beautiful cathedral that we discovered. I had a pizza from a street cart that was premature then they fold it up after heating and u eat it like a sandwich. The pizza here has much less sauce and topping plus a thin crust so it was not hard to eat. It sure is wonderful :)
The best part the trip was becoming a Tuscan chief and meeting some fun travelers. We went to a cooking class and made a 4 course meal. We had a cheesy eggplant ...
... heads. There was no information to explain this posted anywhere, and by then our professors had returned home, so they just stood there mysteriously (not) watching us as we took in the vistas.
On Tuesday we had a (paid for by the program) trip through the Museo Galileo, which showcased all kinds of old scientific instruments and ways of scientific research. We had a very knowledgeable tour guide who gave us a few demonstrations with replicas of old contraptions ...
... 8, just as darkness was setting in. The first half of the trip was through semi-industrial area and on the autostrade, so not much to see, but after the it was like something from a book. Huge fields of sunflowers were beautiful, and of course the patchwork of vines and olive trees. The roads were no narrower than in the UK, but took a while to adjust given you're on the wrong side!
The B&B is beautiful. We have a large corner room on the first floor of ...