Gianna's Bed and Breakfast
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... River at its narrowest point. Replacing an earlier version lost to a flood, the bridge has stood in its current form since 1345. The overhanging shops that have lined the bridge for centuries are an ingenious and adorned feature containing many jewelry shops.
In Pisa lies one of the most famous landmarks in the world, the Leaning Power or Campanile (bell tower). Construction started in ...
... week I thought I caught a glimpse of a ring box in his backpack! I didn't say anything for several reasons. 1. It was a total accident that I opened that pocket of the backpack as Chris had told me to open the middle pocket, not the top. Oops! 2. I could've been wrong. 3. I didn't want to get my hopes up. 4. If I was right, I didn't want to put pressure on Chris or make him upset that I'd seen it. I was feeling this heavy mixture of guilt and excitement all tangled ...
... of Piazza Duomo. All of the fireworks were launched out of that. I must say it was the loudest display I'd ever heard and it was quite a spectacular experience.
Next week, I had planned on going to Nice and the French Riviera, but that trip was cancelled due to lack of participants. The new plan is to go south to Italy's Amalfi Coast, which is a beautiful coastal town just south of Naples. But plans are a bit shaky right now.
Until Next Time,
... luggage on and off the train that is so cumbersome. The nightmare journey was the train from Brig to Milano where the train was packed. It was difficult to get on the train and store luggage and then find your seat. When we finally got to our seats, wehad to argue with some passengers who were sitting in our seats. Eventually they moved themselves and we claimed our reserved seats. After all that hubbub we sat down to enjoy the final hour or so to Milan.
... illustrator friends of mine back home and couldn't help but grin at the opportunity I had to sketch the work of a master; I knew they would be mightily jealous. And so on this fittingly artistic note, I left Florence on a train bound for Rome. I bid my farewells to Akela and slid down his beanstalk to the platform and didn't look back. For as much I had adored the capital of renaissance art, I was heading at break neck speed toward a place even grander; the capital of the ancient ...