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... with this full itinerary. I couldn't possibly detail everything about my trip, not now at least. I have been writing in a journal to keep track of my activities and thoughts, but I need TIME to write on the blog and I also need time to digest all of this. It is sensory overload in the best of ways! I feel so incredibly blessed. I am very happy I have been able to see these wonderful things and am seeing more! Ciao for now! ...
... also the only farm/ranch in Tuscany (and maybe all of Italy?) available for kids & handicapped to come enjoy and learn about the animals. (They tried to get a therapy license but Italy doesn't see it as so..) The host explained how many of the kids don't even recognize the animals as what they are when they come. Example: there is a cartoon here of a violet cow. The kids couldn't accept the cow they had as truly being a cow because it wasn't purple.. sad. As already stated, ...
... near the train station for 10 Euro and like that it has 3 zipped compartments. Though typical me, I already have paint on it! (might be able to repair that though). The main/top zipper is where I keep my passport, credit card, important receipts/tour tickets and larger bills. The middle zipper compartment, I keep my smaller bills-10s and 5s or 20s, 10s and 5s. The bottom zipper compartment is for change that is used for things like gelato, bus fare, etc. See picture below.
... Renaissance age, i don't care that Donna wuz here in 08!
From there we went and got lunch, and met back up on the steps of the duomo for a perspective drawing lesson. We sat there and drew for a while and had some asian tourists come up and take pictures of us like we were pros haha. That night we went to the Renaissance dinner in Napoleons' sister's palace. It was BEAUTIFUL. We had a delicious 4 course meal in Caterina's bedroom. She had a balcony ...
... has shops that line both sides of the bridge except for the very middle for sightseeing. One thing that was really cool was the small gate surrounding a statue at the viewpoint had at least a hundred padlocks linked to it with names printed on it. The tradition is to take your partner and put a lock on the gate then throw the key in the water. Very romantic but if you get caught they will charge you 50€ haha.
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