Il Piccolo Fiorentino
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... went on. The whole scene made me chuckle. Poor nun... she was trying to be helpful but she was getting nowhere at all.
The train ride was pretty but not all that exciting. The rolling hills of the Italian countryside sped by, or was it the train that was speeding - I really couldn't tell, the ride was that smooth. I used the time to read up on the Florence section of the Rick Steves' guidebook. Upon arrival in Firenze, I headed straight for the ...
... 8220;Annunciation”. The children are great museum goers; we are hitting the highlights in hopes they will remember some of the masterpieces they have seen on this trip.
We walked to Santa Croce, one of the largest and oldest churches in Florence, and home to the Leather school. The square is now covered by a thick layer of dirt and surrounded by bleachers in preparation for the annual Italian ...
I saw David it is a sculpture by Michelangelo a famous artist. It's tall and bigger then what I thought and showed his private part yuck yuck that bit was really disturbing very yucky then we looked around. It had lots of beautiful sculptures and paintings. To get here I went on a 250 km per hour through the country on a train it was awesome then we caught a cab to our hotel. We went shopping for food ...
... and I still don't feel like it's enough for me. I feel like I'm always waiting for something. I'm always waiting to hear from someone, I go through my days waiting for some epiphany to hit me or some crazy, amazing opportunity to fall in my lap. I feel like if I get outside and do enough wandering in no direction, it will all fall into place. It'd be so nice if, every ...
... br> But, a good rest spot overall
Then, back to the English Cemetery where we meet Julia
A British Catholic Nun or so she was dressed
Who used to be Quaker and knew some midwest Quakers Alex knows
Julia looks Clausen up on the web
And discovers he's buried in the Rome English Cemetery
We decide to stroll the ancient cemetery anyway
It's falling apart
Elizabeth Barrett Browning lies here