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... vegetables, wine and meals available for purchase. Upstairs was a food hall with lots of eateries. As it was about 1pm it was packed so we returned for dinner that night. Lovely grilled fish and salad and a beer in pleasant surroundings with excellent service. Dessert of Sicilian pastry with frozen cheese was to die for. Am writing this blog travelling at 245km per hour so it is now time to enjoy the ...
... of love from an evolutionary perspective.
As I get more and more engrossed in this class, I am starting to realize something about Stonehill that is very reassuring as I face my senior year there. I feel very prepared for anything the world decides to throw at me. My college is different from most others. We are required to take general education classes like other schools, but ours also include religion and philosophy. I've ...
... a few more, the card pays for itself. The big advantage is that you can skip the lines at those crowded attractions even if it the admissions fees don't add up to 72.
What was interesting, however, is that the ticket takes you to places that might not get a second look. That's what happened to us. We picked the card up one block from our hotel at the Strozzi Palace museum and decided to check it ...
... while Mark and Sandra bought a leather jacket each. After a quick bite to eat we wandered around Firenze and found our way to the Ponte Vecchio where we took some photos and wandered back again. This afternoon we went to San Gimignano, a beautiful hill town in Tuscany. Sadly it's spoiled by the number of tourists that visit the town each day. It is still possible to wander down the back streets though and find a quiet ...
... this time, we stopped to look at a small shop that sold old film cameras and eyeglasses. The owner came to talk to us, and he was the cutest old man you can imagine. He invited us in and we had a long chat with him about his life. He told us all about his wife and how much he loved her (he met her in 1952 and she died in 1990,) and about the great flood that went through Firenze in the 60's (he has pictures of it outside his shop) and about how ...