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  1. Your photos are beautiful. I’m surprised that the streets seem almost quiet. I’ve never been to Florence, but I always picture it mobbed with tourists.

    1. Thanks, Julie! There were plenty of people about but certainly not crowds unless you went looking for them. The benefits of off season travel. I’m very jealous of who I share Florence with 🙂 🙂

      1. I loved the museums and the buildings. I remember seeing one door that took a man 50 years to carve. Can you imagine working on a door for 50 years. Such patience! 🙂 The art work in the scientific instruments also captivated me. 🙂

  2. sono felice che sei stata fotrtunata con il tempo a Firenze, oggi pioveve e tirava vento! le foto neanche a dirlo sono splendide, mi piace quel Dante molto pensieroso che sembra scettico sul futuro dell’Europa ( pensavo alla Brexit he he )
    un grande abbraccio
    Annalisa

    1. Grazie mille, Annalisa! I don’t have time to visit you right now. Seriously behind with my Monday walk 😦 I just wanted to tell you I saw Ilaria in Lucca 🙂 🙂

      1. avrai visto quanto è bella! sguardarlae Firenze per tuo dire è la città più bella al mondo ( io però ci metto anche Venezia ! )Ilaria è senz’altro la più bella statua di donna al mondo! non sai quanto tempo passo ad ammirarla!

    1. No. We were starved and found a lovely little spot very near the hotel, Richard (where my first photo is taken 🙂 ). This was when we were strolling after the Duomo.

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