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... biscuits, fruit, ice cream, toast, juice, and any form of coffee certainly made up for it. I had accompanied the gals from LA on the bus from Siena and after our first afternoon of sight seeing in the city (duomo, leather markets and the like) we all crashed reasonably early and enjoyed this rather lavish breakfast the following day. Shannon, Jen and Britney were en route to Venice so I waved goodbye only to be approached minutes later by a friendly ...
... order by Hitler.Access to Ponte Vecchio was, however, obstructed by the destruction of the buildings at both ends, which have since been rebuilt using a combination of original and modern design.
STATUE OF DAVID-FLORENCE
David is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture created between 1501 and 1504, by Italian artist Michelangelo. It is a 5.17-metre marble statue of a standing male nude.
... have taught all of the four main skills of learning a language -- listening, reading, speaking and writing -- as well as having given straightforward grammar lessons. To me those are the most fun to teach, but they also happen to require the most preparation -- setting an interesting lesson context, creating my own practice activities and worksheets and even coming up with some exercise at the end that involves all of the students speaking or writing with one ...
... duomo. Dante was baptized there. One of the last parts of the tour took us to a more humble church. It used to be a merchants square where they sold wheat and other grains. The columns were hollow which allowed them to send bags of grains down from the store rooms above. The merchant owner had a sick son. He would pray to Mary for his son's health. When his condition turned around, ...
... or the cheerleading camps more, since he mentioned both! Haha.
Unfortunately, I did get a little carsick on the ride to our first stop so, I missed some of the information on the wine regions as I was trying not to, well, you know...if I took this tour again I would definitely bring some dramamine. However, I did catch that Chianti and Chianti Classico are just different area designations within the Tuscan wine growing region. Chianti Classico is actually a ...