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... Madia, our waiter Roberto was so kind and helpful and oh my gosh - the food was fantastic, I had truffle cuttled veal with sides of roast potato and wilted spinach the others had food envy and I enjoyed the meal so much it's my favorite for Italy so far. Oh and of course the Seafood Marina from Papa in Genova. P.s We have come to the conclusion we don't enjoy Italian wine, we much prefer French wines - let's face it, they do everything ...
... amassed by the Medici family for centuries before the end of their lineage. The Uffitzi, even on our best attempts to breeze through it at breakneck speeds, easily consumed up a good 2-3 hours of our time. We had a late lunch, then made a visit to Museo Galileo, a museum dedicated to science.
Museo Galileo, despite its name, is not entirely devoted to its namesake, but rather charts the development of science through ...
... night cap. Dinner was devine (as always) and both Waz and I tucked into some Tuscan specialties with a little Chianti Classico to wash it down. For the nightcap we headed to the rooftop of the Western Excelsior. Although the cocktails were absolutely fine, it was all about the view of Florence by night and of course the opportunity for another selfie or two.
Exhausted we headed back to the apartment and set the ...
... from trips I've taken to Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Rome, Cinque Terre, Budapest, and so much more! I might post other random entries with all things Italian: songs, poems, quotes, whatever speaks to me. I miss you all so much! Non vedo l'ora vedervi di nuovo ed essere insieme ma fino a quel momento direi buon proseguimento! That is to say that I cannot wait to see you all again and be together, but until that moment I wish you enjoyment and happiness in all that is to come! Ciao ciao!
beautiful art day in Florence ends with the Brancacci Chapel. I
hope you will appreciate this monuments and their ancient splendour.
To be an “art
expert” is not necessary in a city like Florence that still managed to look
amazingly romantic and picturesque.
Brancacci Chapel, an important example of Renaissance painting in Florence, stands within the Church of Santa
Maria del Carmine in the ...