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... statue. It is a spectacular view down the long gallery with David at the end.
We stopped for lunch before taking a quick tour on our own to see some more of Michelangelo's statues in the Medici Chapels. Must admit one should see them first before you reach the summit of David. And when you consider Michelangelo sculpted the statue of David when he was in his early 20's and he lived to be 89 you begin to appreciate the diversity of the ...
... Baptisttero di San Giovanni - sits just infront of the Duomo cathedral. Unfortunately was covered over by scaffolding, so we couldn't see the ornate decorations outside. Entrance was included in our combined ticket, so we scanned ourselves in to the octagonal shaped building. It was quite large and empty, a large font at the back and huge golden murals on the ceiling. Famous people - including Dante are said to have been baptised here. The most famous feature of ...
... the 5th floor. I'm not saying the water pressure was poor, but if I hadn't peed in the shower, my feet wouldn't have gotten wet.
After freshening up we wandered around town to get out bearings. At the Piazza del Duomo it was interesting to see that all the tables in the take away's are made from marble.
Turns out it's plentiful, easy to keep clean and lasts better than cheap ****** laminex table tops. I believe that it's that long ...
... just have way too much money:
... English, explained where we were, showed us where points of interest are around the hotel, guided us to our amazing upgraded room, and presented our free bottle of wine and free open mini bar!
Starving, we walked down the Fiume Tevere and found an awesome place to eat. The staff were delightful, tutoring us on what Gnocchi is and how people in Rome typically consume Osso Bucco. The meals were mouth watering, the wine was delicious, and the desserts were exquisite!