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... couple left and I continued speaking with them about their travel experiences. One of the men was fluent in Italian and it gave me hope that one day I might be able to accomplish that as well. I have a looooooong way to go!
I threw my backpack on, bid "Ciao's" all around and set out toward the city wall. Typical of many of the Tuscan hill towns, Siena sits atop a hill and is enclosed by a wall which was built for protection from the enemy. The men ...
... his eyes turned toward Rome, the Goliath. Also, before seeing the statue at the museum, we spent some time at the Academie in the room which demonstrates how sculptors go through a complex process of clay and plaster moulding to determine the scale and proportions of the sculpture before approaching the marble. This made David all the more impressive when we finally got there. Any pictures I have seen of David do not do this sculpture justice. It ...
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We left the beautiful and tiny town of Lucca and headed into Florence.
This town is all decked out in its holiday glam and glimmer of lights, garland, ornaments and lots and lots of shopping.
Florence is the city that helped to pull Europe from the Dark Ages and into the era of the Renaissance through its forward thinking and openness and encouragement ...
... was super helpful to be able to focus on just one of the tables rather than both! After I got a bit of down time before meeting one of my friends to do go a sight visit for my built environment class to Osamichele Church. I spent the rest of the night working on a presentation for Italian class, and beading a ...
... no need for dinner tonight'. Saturday 12th October 2013 After a sleep-in, we wandered back to the San Lorenzo market to enjoy a toasted chicken focaccia and a glass of red wine. We decided to make pasta with asparagus and sage for dinner tonight. We got some pecorino cheese and a free sprig of sage, then decided to go to Santa Croce square to visit the Tourist Office. We wandered 'not lost' and finally arrived at our destination - whew! We booked a half day ...