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... each other, with seats in groups of four across the aisle.
For most of this trip we travelled through flat, agricultural land with farmhouses & barns scattered throughout. After an extended section of tunnel it became undulating countryside coming into Florence. We arrived at 6pm and easily found Hotel Lombardi one street up from the station. It is in the same building as Pensione Joli where we had stayed 26 years ago with the girls. The room is ...
... the Renaissance audio walking tour I did the previous morning.
Nearby is the Museum of the History of Science (being renamed to Galileo Museum) - and no line! It hosts an amazing collection of scientific apparatus and interactive displays. The store is disappointing - we were hoping for replica devices. In one display, I read of the electric soirees that were in fashion during the 18th century where "ladies and gentlement present experienced, ...
Well, I have finally made it to Florence! It feels wonderful to finally be able to settle in, unpack, and actually arrive! (Please be warned, this is a long entry. I have lots to tell you!) :)
Florence seems to be the perfect city to stay for the month. It's not as busy as Rome and I feel much safer. Not as if I didn’t feel safe in Rome, but there are many more bad people to prey on all the tourists in Rome. I feel Florence is less ...
September 20 - 30, 2010 Ten glorious days in Tuscany Italy have left me both speechless with its beauty and overloaded with its art. From Chinqueterre to Florence I have seen stunning landscapes, medieval towns and countless pieces of art everywhere, literally.
After a few days you start getting dizzy. Nothing can prepare you for the amazing art Italy has to offer. You see, when you enter a church or a dome or walk around a Piazza (Plaza, Center, Square) or you enter a ...