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... of wine from the Antinori cellers. Yet another perfect meal in Italy.
The drive back to Firenze was easy, and no one lost their temper (including yours truly) and we returned the car to Hertz without incident….even better.
Back in Firenze we settled up with the car and hiked back to the hotel. Lee & Perry hiked off to their own hotel and we all had a bit of a rest before heading out for yet another ...
... People never seem to realise when I am joking.
The other beautiful thing I saw was the view of the whole city for the first time. It was burnt orange; a fiery hue. I loved it. :)
Again so glad I will be moving here. It's still a city and I lament the lack of greenery but I do love the language and I so love speaking the language.
Actually, I just think I love language. :) Pity I can't learn them all. :)
... within the dome designed by Vasari but painted by others after his death. We Hard Rock Cafed for dinner and then wandered back through Piazza della Signoria where there are many beautiful statues included a copy of Michelangelo's David outside the Palazzo Vecchio where the original stood until it was moved into a gallery to protect it. From there it was back under the arches of the Uffizi and across the Ponte Vecchio and back to our ...
... one being the food, of course, and the second was just catching up with my mom. Now that I'm 21, my mom is becoming more of my friend than a disciplinarian. I was totally an angsty teenager, and my mom and I are so alike and so different at the same time that we have certainly had our ups and downs. She can be tough, but she will always be one of my best friends. She never sugar coats anything and will tell me the honest truth whether I want to hear it or not. I know ...
... building in Florence so if we ever get lost, we can all just meet up there. While planning this trip, we made it a point that we want to climb all 463 steps up the Duomo. Note: there are no ticket counters at the Duomo. You can get your tickets everywhere else such as the Bell Tower or the Crypt for 10 Euro each. Note: the 10 Euro ticket grants you access to the Dome, Baptistry, Bell Tower, ...