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26: italian quiz For my built environment class we took the bus to piazzale Michelangelo to see the San Miniato Church! It was beautiful and we got to see relics from st. Miniato! As well as some beautiful mosaics! In ballet we spent the first half of class watching the ballet of sleeping beauty! Our first quiz in italian did. It seem too hard but I will see when I get it back. The rest of the day was of course doing ...
... need to walk up a pretty steep walkway to get to the top of the gardens - but totally worth it! the views from up there are just fantastic, with the gardens and then the whole city of Florence laid out before you. C'mon - you need to burn off that gelato somehow!
Interesting side note - there was a private wedding being set up in the courtyard of the castle. Looks like there were table ...
... and saw 1000s of pieces of jewelry.
Florence is lovely. It still has a city feel, but nothing compared to Rome. The cobble-stone is bigger (easier on the feet/legs), some streets are wider, and the people don't seem to mind the tourists as much. In Rome, they seemed tired of dealing with us North Americans. In Florence, they seemed happy to have us. Put it this way, I only got offerer one rose the whole time we were there and never ...
... that I will try and update you all more consistently from here on out. Now that I am on my own, I will likely have more time to myself to reflect and to write on here for you all.
Ciao for now, I miss you all. Even after one day on my own, I find myself more appreciative of the amazing friends and family that I have back home in the US. I can’t wait to see you all soon and to share these stories with you in person, to show you the new and improved Connor with more culture than before.
... The afternoon sun
burns hot here, and the morning is a great time to explore in
first stop this morning was a small cafe for a quick and cheap
breakfast, before grabbing our Florence cards at a local TI and then
making our way to the Accademia. What better way to start a visit to
Florence than with a trip to its most famous symbol: Michelangelo's
David. Our Florence cards let us breeze past the line and walk right
into the ...