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... hot chocolate ever at this cafe called Bar Rossi (where I wrote my last entry).
Today we are in Bergamo, a city that has been around since 49BC. BC stands for before christ and AD means for “anno Domini,” which is Latin for “in the year of our Lord.”
We will explore the oldest part of the city today!!!..........(Hope I don't get hit by a car!)
Hope you're surviving
... world. The second church was amazing, over-the-top with paintings & statues & artwork over every space of the basilica. The third was beautiful with the edges of the pillars & paintings adorned in gold. After walking around the old town, we headed back down the funicular & set off in search for our Japanese Italian restaurant. I thought we were close at one stage but it was never close enough. We drove to a parking lot outside the town & had our own ravioli ...
... wasn't a great flight, with lots of turbulence and a horrific landing (lots of screaming!) and as if to prove just how much we had not enjoyed our flight, the usual Italian tradition of clapping the pilot dissolved into a silence with even a few 'ooohhh....' sounds! My family collected me from the airport and we drove home, where I gave them all their presents! It was so lovely to see them again and I felt really proud to be able to say YES! I have managed six weeks abroad on my own! Hooray! ...
During my trip in Italy I have had the chance to ponder many of the stereotypes that we associate with Italian people, and indeed many of the stereotypes that they associate with us. I thought it would be interesting to ask the family what things they associate with the English culture, and also asked my friends on Facebook to do the same for Italian culture, and here are the results!
Things that Italians associate with English culture:
- We talk about ...
... camp spot but it was full and there were people everywhere, so we didn't really want to stop there anyway. By this stage we had driven from Italy, back into Switzerland, back into Italy, round the top of Lake Como, and it was getting close to 40 degrees. We drove south and ended up near Lake Como, in a much quieter spot. We even managed a cool down swim before dinner, which was a very nice way to end the day.
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed