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... seeing things I missed last time.
After that, the school had set up a tour of the Accademia where Michelangelo's David is housed. That tour was pretty awesome, it was nice to not only hear the artistic comments about the aesthetics of the sculpture, but also to get the historical background on what it represented for Florence when it was created. As a note, David is just awkward to look at in some ways, the hands are huge, the face is kind ...
... to our accommodations to find our how to catch the bus to go to Fiesole for some amazing views of Florence. It was starting to get dark and by the time we got up to the hills, it was almost dark. We didn't stay to long as we were unsure about finding our way back to our room in the dark, but we managed to get off at the correct bus stop and find our way back thru a pretty dark path. Then time to settle in and get ready for the next ...
After enjoying our last breakfast in our hotel, we made our way to Termini Train station. We figured out that the train was leaving from platform 2 and so we waited there on the platform. We saw a train leave as we were early for our train and luckily one of the ticket collectors told us that the train doesn't always come to this platform and sometimes it comes in a different platform which is 5 mins walk from where we were. While we were waiting for our train we started to get ...
... due to its smooth consistency. We then traveled to Ponte Vecchio (next to the Pitti Palace) to try Gusta Pizza. According to the locals, Gusta is the best pizza in the city of Florence; it was delizioso. We ordered the margherita pizza to-go, ate the pizza on the steps of the Pitti Palace, and sat under the stars. No better way to end our journey in Firenze.
Videos attached: Accordionist Playing to Z, Choir Singing at Basilica di Santa Croce, and Local Band Playing at Ponte Vecchio
... 8220;Pizza” over it, sticking out from a small street shop. I ordered a slice of Margarita pizza and a coke for Grant. He and I shared it on the tall plastic stools outside of the very small shop. It really hit the spot, so I went back in and said, “Bene. Uno more”. We bought a fanta for Katie, and learned that Fanta orange here is fizzy orange juice. As I was eating I noticed that the sign was not of a fish, but of a pizza at an angle, which made ...
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