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If you like Renaissance Art and you don't have the energy to see all of Roma, then come to Firenze. It is a small city that overflows with it.
We arrived after a short one hour drive from Montepestoli. I managed to drive our vehicle to the door of our apartment without running over any locals or ice-creaming licking, walk anywhere, …
... side" but this time….south and west. We pass by some familiar places. A great little bakery on the river – very modern, where in 2010 a German Tourist runs into me and nearly knocks my cannoli off my plate – no I'm sorry, no excuse me – just another hit and run. Oh well. Manners
Walking along we pass several real estate offices – and have a look. Hmmm…..affordable – ...
... was for noon, so I walked to the museum early to get my ticket. Even having a reservation, there was still a long line to stand in. Got tired of this one lady trying to cut in front of me, really lady??
The museum was packed & quite warm. I felt sorry for all the young kids who were being dragged around the museum by their parents, they looked miserable. One little girl sat next to me on a bench & I said to her, "this is pretty boring, ...
... Wes who helped with his care and feeding as well and have been great support as friends and family as well.
Again I am sorry I have had to cut down on the frequency of my blog as I know some of you now feel deprived without an Italy adventure tale with your morning coffee or before you go to bed!
August 1999 I go to Office Depot to Get a Gizmo or two and meet a live Gizmo!
I first found Gizmo in August 1999 after I had moved to ...
... So far being abroad for me could best be characterized as a wonderfully turbulent internal process that has me constantly changing thought and understanding about the world, humanity, life, and how I want to participate in it.
To give you a bit of an introduction to my study abroad I should tell you I am taking five classes at Gonzaga-In-Florence(GIF): Italian, Finance, Italian Civilization and Culture, Machiavelli and the Romans, and Management. I go to school four days ...