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... years old! Michelangelo took three years to carve this statue of David finishing in 1504.
I am fascinated by this statue and the detail displayed whilst working with marble. Phil was amazed by the size of the statue, having envisaged a work of approx size to a human. Phil now also knows where I have set the bar for a toned body.
This was my highlight in Firenze!
Out of the gallery we found our way further into town to join a bike tour I had found at the ...
... Then we saw something we hadn't seen before, and that was the mountain ranges behind mountain ranges behind mountain ranges. Was awesome. We always thought there were only the first row of peaks. So that was really cool.
We didn't take photos of our food and I didn't write Down what we ate. Not very good for blogging. But never mind. Can't remember appetizer but I know it was to do with truffles. Steve's had something to do with ...
... an interesting butcher shop (Antica Macelleria Falorni) on the square which was larger than Dario’s butcher shop. They had the Tuscan Steak I was looking for… Yea! A few veggies from the tiny market and time to head back to our little villa to wash clothes and pack up. The good thing about staying at a winery is that there is plenty of wine to go along with dinner. We also learned the reason for a rose bush planted at the end of each ...
... massive palazzo, also beautiful. Here we saw all the great artists. My favourite would have to be Primavera by Botticelli. There are miles of paintings and sculptures. The view from the top floor and out on the terrace are amazing too. The Uffizi is very crowded, with lots of tour groups. The tour leader stops in front of one of the major attractions with her group of about 20 and gives them a detailed study. This makes it difficult for the rest of us. The large verandah ...
... you in the sun!
We paused halfway through the day for lunch, picking up prosciutto panini, fresh pecorino cheese and tuscan black olives, which we ate in the shade on the church steps. Church steps make great place for picnic - they are always available, usually shady and the stone is nice and cool to sit on. Bonus: no one looks at you funny for doing, either, as often there are Italians doing the same next to you!