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... a single piece of art, so the collection is quite extensive. After the museum, we went to the Sistine Chapel, which was incredible. It was not as big as expected, but definitely amazing. No photos allowed - copyright. Some of the figures looked like they were three dimensional, almost like a sculpture, which makes sense since Michelangelo was originally a sculptor. He painted the ceiling over four years. Apparently the first portion he painted showed 11 layers ...
So today my italian class joined the food & culture students for an italian cooking lesson!
Here was our menu that we prepared:
1. Appetizer: Zuppa (soup) - leeks cooked in butter, pumpkin, kale, potato.. AMAZING
2. First Course: Carvatelli shaped pasta with artichokes and pork
3. Second Course: Chicken with peppers
4. Side dish: Roman broccoli
5. Dessert: Italian tarts with homemade jam
... as strange as it may sound, the city was whispering to me to give it another chance, that I had misjudged it. Two days later, I bought booked my flight to enter via Rome and leave through Marseille.
When I arrived in Rome yesterday, all I wanted to do was find my hostel as quickly as possible and shower. It was quite hot and sunny for October, Italy is blessed with beautiful weather right now. I took a shuttle bus to the Termini train station ...
... sweet man. He was so sorry & tried to make up for it. Actually, later that night we missed our train & I was on the phone with him & I said, "Lucca you don't have to pick us up, I know you & Massimo (the driver) are already off work. And anyway, I know the direction there, I walked there today, remember?" He said, "Madam, I pick you up myself, I can't sleep until I know you are all in bed." So, I said, "If it makes you feel better Lucca." So that's the beginning of ...
... sides, particularly interesting were the narrow alleys that ran up the mountain. No vehicles in the old city, so we would watch teams of 2 laboriously pushing carts of water, produce, etc for their businesses, lots of residences also within the walls. Our first destination was the cable car, newly constructed in 2010. The former cable car had been destroyed in the war of 1991. There are many museums and monuments devoted to that war and ...