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... I called it a day and paid 25€ for a taxi to get us back to our hotel, pick up our luggage, and then take us to the metro (the train station). And that catches me up so far. I'm guessing we're about 40 minutes from Fabriano where supposedly a bunch of great homemade Italian wine awaits! I will sleep well! Tomorrow will be very low key with exploring the local city and touring a paper factory where we will be making our own ...
... and much more in open country. Lined with Cyprus and pine it was a refreshing break from the city, the temperature was cooler and a breeze was blowing. I ended up walking further than I expected though I'd spotted 2 bus points at the catacomb for return journey. Off in the country side I spotted what looked like acqueducts but turned out to be a massive roman villa the villa dei quintili. As I was ...
... drama teacher, Mr. Sullivan would be thrilled that I am studying Shakespeare so intensely over the course of the summer. One interesting note about Shakespeare that we learned in class is that there is no evidence that Shakespeare ever visited Rome. Therefore, the Rome created in each of his works is a city that Shakespeare made up in his mind by studying the city from books. The second course I am in is God, the Lover, and the City. This course is going to ...
... we were getting a bit far away from the group. We went into the Cistene Chapel which had been painted by Michelangelo in the 14 century in three different parts all by himself which is pretty incredible when you see the ceiling that he had to do. We also saw the largest cathedral in the world St Peters which is huge. We saw where the pope gets elected and where the smoke comes out to announce it. There is so much to look at in ...