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... 15 minutes to spare! I was sure we would mis this one ..... Our hotel was unusual with at least 15 foot ceilings, but given some great tips that saved heaps, so no hop on hop off here,, discovered the best pistachio ice-cream and a few other traditional treats. Sights were amazing and another surreal ...
... Russian performers, and the impatient rustling and even loud snoring from the Japanese grandmothers behind us (all the way back in the second row), and it makes for quite an international evening. We are seated in the front row, with the action often happening just a couple of feet in front of us. To our untrained ears the singing is excellent, probably better than the Venetian performance, but Venice wins in terms of overall ...
Actually got out of Tuscany today by taking a bus tour to the famous Cinque Terra (a national park) in the Luguria region. Saw the Mediterranean for the first time. We were glad it was a cool day...low 20's, to take on the couple of walks that we did. Our two tour guides were a couple of brothers from Seattle who have moved to Florence to enjoy the tourism industry. There we a few American groups we enjoyed talking to. There is always a lot of interest from ...
Start with a morning walk around Gaiole with Mum and Rose, and Mum insists on saying 'buongiorno' to everyone! We stop in at the supermarket on the way home - waiting for our fruit and vege to be served by the staff! Swim in the freezing cold pool to cool down, a scrumptious lunch and then off to a wine tasting in the afternoon. Find ourselves at 'Casanuova di Ama' with a English-speaking Italian woman. We taste ...
... the paintings for their great skill I don't actually like this style of art. Give me Impressionism or Expressionism any day. Rosanne has a greater appreciation of it because of her studies with Fr Austin Cooper at Australian Catholic Theological College. It was fascinating to listen to Rick Steves audio commentary on the Uffizi, via the iPad download of his app and to hear about the development of Renaissance art. You can download Rick Steve's audio tours for free onto iPhone ...