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... The Baptistery located opposite the duomo is outstanding with its intricately carved doors by Ghiberti, the doors referred to as The Gates of Paradise. The Duomo, an ornate Catholic Church, has a museum attached to it. There is a Michelangelo Pieta here that was meant to be his sculptural epitaph. As we walked, we saw the Orsanmichele Church, formerly a market, later enclosed as a church, where there were sculptures showing the trade ...
... though I did get a small bottle of wine. I won't travel CityJet business class again.
An on-time arrival saw me at the head ofthe queue for passport control - it can be very slow at City Airport. In the baggage hall is a useful departure indicator for DLR which meant, again, that I didn't have to run for the train. Instead it was an easy connection back to Ashford and I was home before 11.
A long but interesting day.
... I have never seen such fabulous markets at home. I'm talking every vegetable you can imagine, tomatoes almost the size of footballs, cheese wheels, cheese wheels, and more cheese wheels, not to mention the legs of preserved Parma ham hanging all over the place, and porcini mushrooms, and pasta in all shapes and sizes and colours.
Anyway after the markets we ...
... have adjusted our plans accordingly. Spent the day wandering parts of the city we have not yet explored. Found the pricey shopping stores: Gucci, Ferragamo, etc. Interesting window shopping, people watching and seeing all the bicycles whiz by. Many, many bikes here constantly ringing their bell as one can't hear them coming as they weave through the crowd. Best find was English bookstore that buys used paperbacks - I have three to ...
... changed driving to the vineyard. I don't usually get car sick, but there is something about twisty curvy roads when you are hung over... Not pleasant. We made it to the wine tasting and it was nice. They also produced olive oil, so we had a wine tasting with lots of tasty treats including truffles that the guy who owns the vineyard likes to hunt for. Next we went to another place for wine tasting, this one was less impressive the wine tasted ...