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... from solid block to perfect form.
A side gallery held a museum of musical instruments, with one of the very first Stradivarius violins, an original harpsichord, and what looked to us like the first mandolin. More gawking at Michelangelo, some gawking at lesser known artists, and we were done!
We added more strolling and a simple yet delicious "typical Tuscan" dinner with a bottle of Montepulchiano wine. We talked about all sorts ...
Today we had a pretty relaxing day. We woke up around 9 am and did our homework! After doing our homework we got dressed and set out shopping for the day ! We walked all over town and visited the Zara and H&M too! I got a really gorgeous jacket for a good price and some ...
... as a local would pay 250 but could sell it to a tourist for 300. When I told him what I spent, he was speechless. He said I got an incredible steal.
I picked up on something in the last shop and confirmed it with him. It seemed like everyone was willing to go really low on the price first thing in the morning. I asked if it was because they wanted to make their first sale of the day? He said exactly. There is superstition around ...
... mom walking together. There was a smart car driving across the bridge and as it began to get closer, the daughter looked at the car and then at her mom and shoved her into the street. The mom flew and hit the car and as it slammed on its brakes, the mom fell to the ground and her glasses shattered. She was shaking, her eyes wide in a mixture of shock and terror as her daughter just stood there and glared. People around us were frantic, not sure of what had happened and ...
... for the ferry.
After an hour drive from where the ship was docked, we arrived at Porto Venere, the starting point for our ferry ride. On the edge of town is the Church of San Petro, a very old stone church. From next to the church you can get some good views of the ragged and steep coastline that makes up this part of Italy.
Working our way north from Porto Venere, the ferry first stopped at the town of Riomaggiore, although we ...