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... looking at the menu while Kirk was looking at another one. When he came up and stood next to Emery, he was taken aback at how much they looked alike. This conversation bled into him saying that we looked too young to have kids that age! So nice to hear we still look youthful! Emery and Kirk were in heaven splitting a T-bone steak and pasta. They were declared the dinner winners for the night!
One more fairly full day in Florence tomorrow and then it's off to Assisi.
... apartment for an afternoon of R&R (that’s rest and relaxation, not Ruhe and Russo). We have a long day tomorrow in Bologna, so our senior wisdom told us to rest.
Two hours doesn’t do this museum justice – you would need days and days. But we take what we can.
Reporting in: A short day – only 7,200 steps and 3 miles (resting is good!!)!
... hard or scary to take! The garden and the villa were absolutely beautiful! I cannot believe how intricate the plants and design of the garden were, let alone how intricate and beautiful the villa was on the inside! Last week we also went to an even called Calcio Storico! It was a big game in front of Santa Croce and it is a variation of a very violent historic Italian game. Normally the official game happens in the summer, but there was ...
... in the fiorentina shop hadnt heard of us - sadly la viola are playing Atalanta today so no exotic footy experience today. Plenty of walking if not a lot of going inside seeing as we are waiting to get our Firenze cards on Tuesday before we indulge in cultural overload. Were on siesta at the mo as is evidenced by the snoring coming from across the room all v civilised - we are situated mere yards from the uffizi so no excuses.... Ciao for now
... large for his body, and his tinkle is maybe a little too small :) but what do we know? Either way Michelangelo was the man, it seemed everything he touched is awe inspiring. Again we sneaked a picture (cheekily).
After the museum we walked towards the Duomo. This church is in the centre of the city and it is HUGE, you are literally dwarfed by its grandeur. It takes up more than a block in space and is extremely tall. The exterior of building is very ...