Fonte de' Medici
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... at the statue of David. I thought he was a bit out of proportion. His feet and hands seemed too big but Chris set me right with a dissertation on what Mr Buonarotti was thinking when he was whittling away at his block of marble thinking that it was going to be hoisted on top of Il Duomo's dome. The queue at the Uffizi was just as long and the cost to skip it was ridiculous, so it was decided to leave it ...
It is still early in Florence. The sun is still yet to rise. Looking forward to today as Pamela and I are going to the Medici Chapels and the Duomo or the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore. Building commenced in 1296 and was not consecrated until 1436. The facade took until the 19th century to be completed. ..................... Well we have just returned to Riva Lofts from a day out seeing the cultural sights of Florence. First stop was ...
Florence. We drove over to a place called Bologna which is where spaghetti -bolognese is made. We went to the market and saw the statue of David, not the real one as the line was too long. We went to a swimming pool we stayed there for about 1 hour while Ben was about to jump in the swimming pool and he ended up doing a belly flop on me. When Dad was driving on some narrow roads we saw a deer and ...
... one of the most amazing works of art I've ever seen. The Sistine Chapel is on that list, too. Michelangelo was an incredibly talented artist. He really captures the emotions perfectly, and David's face held so much intensity. We were lucky to get into the Uffizi museum because we didn't reserve tickets ahead of time. The lines are usually blocks long (which we saw for ourselves when we came out later), and 'reserved' people get ...
Today was primarily a travel day - we took the Circumesuviana from Sorrrento to Naples, then a fast train from Naples to Florence, arriving a little before 1:00. We were able to drop our luggage off at the new apartment, and then we wandered around and found a place to eat lunch. Florence is HUGE compared to Sorrento - we were getting really good at navigating Sorrento's main street (which runs the entire length of the town), but this is going to be a new experience ...