Friday, April 12, 2013

Letter to christopher columbus

Dear Christopher Columbus,

        On my travels through Europe, I landed the magnificent urban center of Florence. Ive never been somewhere so amazing! My favorite plate was the Fortezza di Belvedere. As you walk through Florence, I completely enjoyed be surrounded by busy markets. My last favorite coiffure to visit was Brunelleschis Dome.

        When I traveled to Frotezza di Belvedere, I noted that it was the radiation pattern of a star with buildings inside the star-like fortified walls. From the towers you could see closely of Florence and the Arno River. It is such a beautiful view from the fort. When I was told that invaders had to go through the heart of Florence to hurt to the fort, I thought that it was a good defensive idea. Also the Italian army could get to the Arno River in ships and shoot canons at the invaders. The fort is connected to the Palazzo Piti, so if the city was under attack, the Grand Duke could reach fort resistivity safely and quickly.

        While I was touring the city, I would be travel through streets and streets of markets selling everything you could need. Now with the five florins I had left, I decided to pick some food up. Since I was fair(a) visiting, I didnt need clothes or furniture. In Florence, they score great seafood. is a professional essay writing service at which you can buy essays on any topics and disciplines! All custom essays are written by professional writers!

For one florin, I could get carp, eel, and trout. I also picked up a sack of grain, some ripe melons, and foursome sausages for dinner. Since the city is famous for wine, I also bought a bbl of wine. The markets are some of the busiest places I have ever seen. I know now to visit the markets in the morning since it is the to the lowest degree crowded.


        The last wonderful place I visited was Brunelleschis Dome which...

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