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Today was our last in Rome. Our train left around 3pm so we meandered through the streets of Rome, had lunch, then headed on to Florence for the second leg of our journey. It was hard to leave such as magical place teeming with history and things to do, but all good things must come to an end. Lucky for us the vacation continues.
The train ride was only an hour and a half and oddly, the Italian countryside didn't look that much different from California other ...
... teacher to spend enough time with each student for us to get the next few steps to do, so a lot of our time is spent sitting around waiting for the teacher to have a free minute. Most people are getting frustrated and it would be much more productive if the teacher would get a helper. What I did get done was begun the basic top for the ...
... selling scarves, bags, tshirts, belts, and more and more of the same looking goods in different booths, as they are stocking for their new day. There is nothing so beautiful as the duoma minus the tourists in the cool and quiet of the early morning. When I live in Florence starting July 20, I may just make the Duomo an early am ritual. I have yet to go inside and that will likely be best early am as well.
I will write more later but want to post pictures and sign off today!
... also. It was beautifully roasted and tasted delicious.
The night ended late with a hairy ride in the coach down the driveway leading from the restaurant. Boy, do these coach drivers earn their money navigating the tight streets and mountain roads of Europe.
We will be sad to leave Florence as it's a beautiful city with so much to see and so little time to see it all. But tomorrow we leave for the Cinque Terre and we can't wait.
... and listen as you walk around. Make sure you don't just download his podcast, but get his App first from the Apple Apps site and then download the individual audio guides. They are better than the podcasts as they have photos of the paintings which enables you to hopefully track down where they are. But in the end the Renaissance style of art just doesn't grab us. At least not me (Paul). Rosanne says she is beginning to warm to Renaissance art, but she has studied it as part of ...