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... to get into Galleria dell'Accademia to see one of the Renaissance's greatest masterpieces, Michelangelo's original David so although October is not the real busy time here we decided to skip breakfast and rather have brunch so we could join the queue before it was a kilometre long. Our wait was an hour and certainly worth every minute of standing in the queue. Carved from a single block of marble already worked on by two sculptors before ...
... speak in hushed tones. He dominates the room - people come into the space and are drawn to him in awe. Watching them illustrates the power of the art. Anyway . . . I liked it. B and F (the little Philistines), couldn't help giggling over Dave's bom boms - their word for bottom - pretty raunchy stuff! Ok, so Bridge, Duomo, Dave. All done. Time to shop. Or did I say express shop. With B and F, there is no opportunity to linger by a few windows and build a ...
... the crowded Piazza della Signoria, dominated on its eastern side by the palatial Palazzo Vecchio (with 300-foot-tall spire), which served as the town hall back in the days of the Medici, and where the mayor and city council sit to this day. On the south side of the piazza is the famous Uffizi Gallery, which contains one of the most impressive collections of paintings in the world. We strolled around for awhile, taking photographs of some famous sculptures ...
This is probably just a few of the differences, and I could probably continue on forever, but I will stop there. I have learned that living a different way of life can be challenging but in the end is very rewarding and will teach you things you didn't even know were achievable. Whether living or traveling abroad, the experience will stay with you for the rest of your life so take advantage with everything you do. Differences really are just a way of living.
... which is a castle right in the heart of the Tuscan countryside which was built in in the thirteenth century as a defensive outpost against Siena's rival Florence. Today it is home to 50 residents and has a small number of restaurants, bars and shops. We had a tasting at a local Enoteca where we sampled a Chianti Classico (which is a famous red varietal in the Chianti region) along with extra virgin olive oil of which we had to ...