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We met back up for my ballet work group today! We got to perform it in the dance studio with the correct spacing and everything! It's turning out so cool! Today was such and icky Rainey day that I did take my personal day from volunteering and instead stayed dry in my apartment writing papers and doing ...
We havent had wifi for a while so sorry for lack of updates. We took the train from Venice to Florence and it took around 2 hours. The train travels at 250km/hr. The hotel in Florence was less than 5 minute walk from the train station. It was a really nice hotel and we were the only room with a balcony that looked onto the square. That afternoon we went and found a place for some food. Prosciutto and fresh mozzarella for ...
... of marble. This sculpture is considered Giambologna's masterpiece. Originally intended as nothing more than a demonstration of the artist's ability to create a complex sculptural group, its subject matter, the legendary rape of the Sabines, had to be invented after Francesco I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, decreed that it be put on public display in the Loggia dei Lanzi in Piazza della Signoria, Florence.
... was waiting. The other 9 in our group all arrived on schedule, and by 1015a we were in our mini-bus heading for Tuscany.
We have learned that we are the Backroad rookies in the group. Our travel companions for the week are a family of five from Jersey (4 previous Backroad trips including one in South Africa), a couple from Calgary (1 previous trip to Nova Scotia) and a couple from Central California (1 previous trip to Provence). ...
... ing to just walk around aimlessly. I confirm that I can find my way back to the train station, though there isn't a Moleskine store for me to add to my stamp collection. As I wander back I end up in the centre of the market again, and look for a scarf as it's been colder than predicted (and I like getting scarves). For the second time I run into a creepily determined street vendor. The first time I was looking at bags, mentioning wanting a cheaper one, and the ...