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Thankfully I do feel better today! Although around the end of the day I started to feel worse :( Today I got breakfast with Gabi before we went to jewelry! Jewelry was great I got to work on sanding and shining my ring! I also worked on the link bracelet we are making next! Gabi came with me after jewelry to my sewing class to have the first fitting of my dress!!! I am so excited! It looks amazing! After she left I got to make the top in the actual fabric, and work on some of the ...
Today we adventure to Siena, about a 90 minute train ride away from Florence. Siena is situated way up on the hill. It's streets and ramps meander through the town at around a 75 degree angle. The Duomo is beautiful, matching that of St. Peter's in my opinion. The inlayed marble floors depict Biblical and physiological scenes. Many themes are based off the Egyptian philosophers ...
... people, comfortably aware of their
role in the daily cycle of the city, whether it be tourist, waiter, shopkeeper
or police officer.
There is, however, a slight sense of taking-it-for-granted
growing within me towards the place. I’ve seen it before – the packed city
squares, the dark streets, the looming churches – but it’s all been at a
superficial, external level. This time, however, I ...
... have been about 10 levels high and spread around in massive u shape that would have taken days to truly explore it. The shops along the bridge were very quaint as was the whole area. Market stalls were everywhere along with people who wandered along in awe of the place like we were. We meandered through little alleys and streets and back streets trying to explore further. By this stage we needed to get back to an area that we were ...
... sat on the steps outside a church where we met some musicians from Sardinia. They were more than happy to lend us their guitar as we played them "Stubborn Love". Before you know it everyone had joined in with bongos and other percussion instruments. The guitar passed around and by the end must have been at least 20 of us jamming and singing the night away. Time flew and it was 3am by the time we left. Our new Italian friends drove us back across town and we wished them adieu ...