That refers either to Michelangelo’s David or to the sandwich I had for lunch. I’ll let you decide, but I should point out we got one apiece (sandwich) and we still have 1.5 sandwich remaining.
There is only one David, though there are myriad copies.
David vs. Sandwich
The day was spent in the Galleria dell ‘Accademia (home of the David), the Basicala di Santa Maria del Fiore (the church with the big dome), and the Galleria degli Uffizi (home of Venus on the Halfshell).
We also went into a couple of other churches, one of which was a converted grainery and was square instead of cross shaped. It was actually more interesting inside than the Duomo, which mostly has size going for it.
After a week of walking on stone streets, including three trips in one day up the hill across the Arno that overlooks the city, my back is sore. Next we ride bikes through the Tuscan countryside.
I’ll conclude today’s entry with pictures (in most cases pictures of pictures). Pithy comments extra.
Imagine how some religions would react to such a depiction of their major prophet.
Pretty sure I did that same shot surreptitiously in Raleigh a few years back.