Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the corniest writers, and at times, also way too honest. I've accepted it, it's just who I am and I'm not interested in putting on a typical "21-year old college girl" facade. Though I'm definitely still looking forward to finally celebrating my 21st birthday on Mill and in Old Town, Scottsdale when I get back to Arizona ;). Yeah, I'm corny, but I haven't forgotten how to have fun :). I think too much, I write too much, YOLO, my life is neat.
... with the Column of Justice
We passed through Via de' Tornabuoni, a street characterised by many high fashion boutiques.
There's even a Salvatore Ferragamo museum ...
Today was going to be all about the Florentine Renaissance!!! Uffizi Gallery and Academia on the schedule!!! But first, pastries and Internet! Blaine had a huge estimate to do and we were hungry! (Not sure why, all we do is eat!) After walking for about 25 minutes, we settled for pastries but no Internet. We tried this breakfast calzone thing too... So good. After breakfast, we roamed for a bit, did a little window shopping and ended up back at our apartment so Blaine could use ...
... usually based on the painted ceiling), how some floors were marble and other painted to look like marble, where the marble had come for (yellow marble is from Sienna, the bright white from Carerra), and showed us where the Pope had slept when he visited. We also got a private history lesson on the rise and fall of the Medicis, Florence, French invasions, the unification of Italy, and much more. It was really quite interesting. ...
... to help as she asked). She would buy the food makings and I would buy wine, it was a perfect deal! She taught me how to make two of the most basic Italian dishes; Margarita pasta (fresh tomatoes, basil, mozzarella cheese, olive oil and pepper). It was so simple and delicious! She was a natural Italian cook. I wish our culture was more focused on the preparation and art of preparing a meal. She told me the story of the margarita theme (usually a margarita pizza). ...