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... mixed with vegetables. It was pretty good, but not the best choice for a hot day. And I had spaghetti with red sauce - so amazing as well. The food here is food I wish I could take home and eat forever and have everyone at home taste it too.
After coming back for a quick nap, the 4 of us went out to one of the Piazzas which is apparently a popular thing to do. There were many young Italians as well as internationals hanging out with friends and drinking. Sarah said that although ...
... parents and brothers.
Immediately my love of food and cooking grew when, on the first night in this new home, I watched as Elena effortlessly shook beef cutlets around in a bag of white flour to cook in a pan with onion and water, making a delicious sauce. I helped prepare the simplest, most delicious dish I've had in a while: cantaloupe wedges with a slice of thin, Italian prosciutto draped over the top, creating an ...
We started the day with a walking tour of Florence. Our local guide was really good looking. We found out that there is a lot of art everywhere around Florence. The Duomo was gorgeous. We learned that it is called St. Mary's of the flower, it is the religious center of Florence and is made of marble. The white marble represents faith, the red charity and the green hope. We saw Ponte Vecchio, the bridge with shops lining ...
... tradtion of leatherworking, they are tucked away in an almost monastic looking complex hidden behind the church of Santa Croce. Here I got myself something that I had really wanted this whole trip- a nice Italian leather belt. The members of the school were very kind and helpful they adjusted the belt to fit me perfectly, monogramming it for me for free. They even added an embossed giglio for me, the symbol of the city with which I have fallen in love.
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... a few hours to investigate, we avoided the museums in favor of witnessing the day-to-day activities of the local population.
About 45 minutes into our journey through town, we would eventually make a stop. We had to really, the enormous Cattedrale Santa Maria del Fiore was staring us right in the face. Taking a peek inside, we noticed a rather plain interior (popular in many parts of Italy) until we reached the underside of the dome. ...