Extra Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Verona
... she didnt warn us and i didnt have time to make something up on the fly, meaning i couldn't leave class early like everyone else did :(
i am glad i am finally done reading for cj....but the material was pretty interesting.
All i want this year is to pass all of my classes with a b or above...Did i mention that i got a 98 on my leonardo paper?? Yeah i did :P yippee.
... necessary we grabbed an amazing lunch - i got a sandwich ( i don't know what) and then i got a cake (i don't know what flavor!). Both times i saw it appear i said i'll have what their having - and presto it was delicious. The cappuccino was also expertly done and all of this for 12 euro is kind of amazing :p
We kept walking around looking for some souvenirs but just couldn't find anything we liked, or if we saw something ...
... then we headed toward home - seeing a giant Christmas tree that made my night <3 We finally got back for some showers and warm rooms although we had trouble talking to the lady at first without wifi because I couldn't translate that we were checking out very early and that previously when we dropped our bags off I gave her the incorrect amount of money...thankfully we got wifi and solved everything. Getting up at 5:30 for ...
"Two households, both alike in dignity
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their death bury their parents' strife."
Sound familiar? Those would be the opening lines of good ol' Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. For ...
... mostly taking part in the show jumping exhibition. The people in the restaurant took us to a table and then started bringing plates of various types of 'primi platti' food to us. We had not actually seen a menu or ordered anything so I was a bit taken aback and not sure what to do - not wanting to cause offence to these very pleasant people, but also mindful of the story the Americans had told us about the place they had eaten where plates of food were ...