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... and un Giappenese. We had two young male teachers who spoke in Italian for most of the time, English was greatly discouraged.
After class I went in search of a bancomat that would actually dispense me some money - the fifth one I tried worked but I could not withdraw as much as I needed - talk about frustrating! At one stage I went inside a bank to ask for assistance but the woman said she could not help me, I had to use the ATM. Getting inside ...
This weekend I traveled to the plateau of Orvieto. It was a school study trip with 15 other students planned by my advisor. I swear I may never eat another meal ever again. I swear it was like family Christmas dinner on steroids. We started off at 9 am with some white wine (it's the Italian way)! Then we moved to an open air market to get ingredients for lunch we ...
... and his shop was full of people.
I learned the hard way that people actually take their afternoon naps here. In Rome, nothing really shuts down from 1-3 or the normal lunch hour, but in Orvieto everyone disappears. With no one on the streets, I wandered the hiking trails that surround the perimeter of the town, along the edge of the cliff. With views of a castle and mountains all around, it was a trip well worth it.
... us determined to go to Montepulciano to see the Mate vineyard and possibly meet the Ferenc family. On our way through the town we saw what Ferenc Mate called the three-wheeler Ape. These mini trucks are common in the area and. He says it is more like a mechanized vest - it's so tiny you don't really enter it as much as you put it on. I had to take a picture.
It had rained the morning of ...