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When in Rome, take the time to go to Tivoli Hadrian's gardens are a place you can walk around the ruins and see how decadent his life was, and what a passion for architecture he had. Amazing really.Rome has so much to see and do you can spend a lot of time there. Do the Vatican, the ruins, the fountains, everything. Read Dan Brown's Angels and Demons and make your own Roman tour. (Fantastic book if you haven't read it by the way)Since you are going to Florence, you have to go to the Michael Angelo Museum. I love art, and though not highly informed about it, I do appreciate it. When you walk into the museum, you will notice 4 statues that are in the midst of being completed they were the last works he was working on when he died. The are called the 4 prisoners. You see, MA sculpted in marble from the front to the back, not top to bottom. They are a bit like Han Solo after the Empire Strikes Back I FELT them emerging from the stone. I was highly moved don't know why, but was truly emotional experience for me. Then there is the orignal DAVID. It's amazing, and if you have to be a tourist to see it, suck it up. It's like nothing you have seen before.You have to go to the flea markets near the Duomo (also a must see). In the flea markets I bought a leather jacket from a woman who spoke in gypsy accent. She sold me a jacket 'cause it was so soft. She kept saying it is lamb Once I bought it, she fell back into normal accent she was from Brooklyn. Too damn funny, but I still have the jacket, and it is still soft as butter .You are going to have a fantastic time! Drink ROFOSCO wines they are wines that don't really age well, but are fruity and light for the summer. Fantastic. You won't get a bad meal for sure If you go to Milan (not worth it though) eat the risoto with veal milanese. TDF (too die for)If you are willing to take the train ride, go to venice. No place on earth like it at all. Truly a marvel. Eat at the Tratoria a al Madonna at the base of the Rialto Bridge. Ask for the squid in black sauce. It might not be on the menu, but they will make it for you it's a specialty. Take the tour in English at the cathedral. Extremely informative and rich with history and entertainment.
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