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... the list goes on. Definitely not for the faint hearted - as 50% off 1000 EU is still 500! It was an experience to see busloads of tourists (many from China) dropped off here in Regello, which really seemed to be 'in the middle of nowhere'. Nikki commented on a couple of 'spoilt' young girls (not quite teenagers) sporting big Prada shopping bags. Chris patiently waited for his girls at the Cafe for a ...
... in the world, but I'm assured by everyone that Rome is worse :). YAY! My Mom wanted me to tell you that she climbed to the very top of the Bell Tower!!!!! YAY Mom!!!! We saw the Duomo too. It is BIG!!! We went under the Duomo's ground floor and saw some more old stuff like crypts and pottery that was buried with people. I don't have much more to say about the Duomo except that it's BIG! We ...
... our neighborhood called Carlo Menta. It is insanely cheap and the food was amazing. My house made "fatte en casa" Lasagne practically melted in my mouth and I had my first piece of home made Tiramisu (my favorite dessert). YUM!
This Friday ( My 21st Birthday!!!!!) my best friend from Madison Larissa and another one of our friends Ingrid are flying in from Barcelona. I am so excited to see them especially because Larissa and I haven't ...
... lot of cobblestones in between.
We threw our loose Australian coins into the Trevi Fountain, so legend states we will return. Hope the sixty cents we threw in was enough to appease the gods. This all happened before 3:40 pm where we returned to the hotel to catch a fast train to Florence, 1:50 hours away.
Had a quick night walking tour prior to dinner. Loving Florence (again). Free day tomorrow and we are off to experience some culture. ...
Most of the museums are closed on Mondays so the stores are packed. We took the fascinating C2 to the Stazione and then caught a little tram out to the burbs to go to a store similar to Walmart....why? Because we don't go to the US version of Walmart but wanted to see what the Italian version looked like...I have to admit...it was pretty much just like Walmart....lots of stuff prepackaged and frozen. Terre was a lot of fresh bread, pasta and ...