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I know… I know this is late. I have left the country two more times (Prague last weekend and Wales this weekend) since the Italy trip and I have not posted… It was also pointed put this week that we have less than 35 days left on this side of the pond. I have so much to do yet! Bath, Mom and Dad are here, Switzerland, 2 (maybe 3) musicals/plays, day trips, markets, friends and more. And I need to find time for ...
... the cab drivers around here act as though they are in an I day car race so we made it with just minutes to spare. We began at the Accadamia and viewed many famous works of art, most notable the statue of David. It was quite a site being that the statue is 17 feet tall. One of my catch phrases I used quite a bit was, 'It's famous.' Sammy just loved all the little pieces of art and random buildings we visited. I on the otherhand wanted to see ...
... it was Sunday and Italian independence day a lot of things were closed. But we did have a bit more of a walking tour and saw the Basilica della Santissima Annunziata (Basilica of the Most Holy Annunciation. The church is most famous for a painting of the Annunciation, which had been begun by one of the monks but abandoned in despair because he did not feel he could create a beautiful enough image, was supposedly completed by ...
... it's hard to figure out what I'm looking at -i stumbled upon a piazza with many famous statues ... so hopefully the tour will be helpful. Lots of beggars here - more than I noticed in other cities. This morning an aggressive man was begging on the train. I couldn't help from noticing that he was better dressed than me! My last day in Montefalco was lovely. The owner/chef of the accommodation gave us our last cooking lesson. He was very strict with our knife handling, to the point of ...
... street. Everyone was sampling crustini and Chianti and when we were able to find a staff person and told her we had reservations, we were led to the back of the shop where a button was pushed to open a sliding door revealing a staircase to a restaurant upstairs. We were seated on a lovely outdoor patio with many other people, including a young man named Phil from Kansas City who had just finished an apprenticeship with Dario and was planning on returning to ...