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... hopping on the train we all went to the supermarket to buy lunch. With a beautiful view over the lake the girls made lunch while the boys played soccer with some locals.
I love Perugia, but I also love getting out of the bubble. Last weekend it was time to leave the country for a couple of days and go to Budapest. Me and Jasper would meet up there with Evan and Taylor who were doing a Eurotrip and with ...
... of John the Baptist. The genius of the piece is that the actually forefront of the scene is not the beheading (which is actually taking place far into the background). He also is one of the first to not have someone featured in the direct center of the work. It was beautiful, even after 12 hours of being awake, and it was still afternoon! We finished our academic visit of Siena with Palazzo Pubblico which functioned as the governmental building of Siena. One room ...
... this dog that runs around sniffing for these precious truffles hoping to find some! For us, this puppy just shot in all directions crazily and we just had to follow him! And a truffle in the ground literally looks (and sometimes smells) like a piece of poop! It was one experience that I'm glad to say I've done, but never have to do again! Our last night at the agriturismo was a bug infested one! But at least when I was leaving, I got to see a beautiful sunrise! ...
I have to warn you, parents. There is a strong possibility that your child will return home a good ten or twenty pounds heavier than when he or she left. It's unavoidable. Every meal has at least three courses - all delicious. I have never eaten so consistently well in my life! Today we went for the "easy" bike ride of 36km to a small town where we ate lunch, tasted home made olive oil and tried making the local pasta. ...
... a colourful display of potted pansys, cyclamens or geraniums sitting in wrought iron planters or on a window sill frames by dark green shutters. The Duomo at the Piazza Grande looked dull and unfinished but didn't disappoint when viewing the inside. I have found that all the churches we have visited have been very warm and inviting and not overly ornate but stunning none the less. Their exteriors belie their beauty ...