Relais Firenze Stibbert
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... and appreciated the extra cushion as I couldn't find the ticket office. I finally discovered it hiding behind a corner and printed my non-reserved ticket. When I went to check the screen for my track, I realized there was a train just getting ready to leave which would get me to Florence more quickly and keep me from having to wait an hour or more in the heat. I jumped on the train and in no time I was in Florence.
Arriving to Florence nearly ...
Tasha and I split after Florence so we had one last hurrah before we parted ways. On our way to Florence we decided to try and use our last travel day with our Europass to the fullest. So we picked out a lake area in Italy that is surrounded by castles. So two trains from Venice and we were at Reschiera del Garda, a small town on the edge of this lake. The only problem was that the train station didn't have luggage storage. So with our backpacks on we headed to find ...
... was of Hercules wrestling with a man who, hmmm...how to say this delicately...well, the guy had Hercules' particulars in his grasp.
We visited Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo's sculpture of David. OH MY GOODNESS! This was, by far, the highlight of this smaller museum and it was mesmerizing. Walking around the statue offered different angles of David which added a myriad of emotions on David's face. We listened to podcasts by ...
... the 3 hours I then had a 3 1/2 hour class :( I was so excited when class was done and I made it home for the night! It was my night to host family dinner! It was sooo much fun!! Unfortunately I did not make enough soup at all for all of us, so a few people went to pick up pizza :) so ...
... Tuesday 15th October 2013 Today we visited, on tour, the towns of Siena and San Gimignano. In Siena we learned about the famous Palio horse race and piazza del campo where the is held. The shape of this piazza is incredible. We went inside the magnificent cathedral, whose scope beauty were amazing. We had lunch with our guide and enjoyed a traditional Tuscan bread soup called Ribollita. Then we went to San Gimignano a very beautiful medieval town which originally ...