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... all of the things that Stonehill requires that may seem annoying or boring when I'm doing them are making me a well-rounded person who is prepared for the world. I obviously still have a lot to learn, but Stonehill has already given me the skills to keep my mind open to new experiences. Everyone always talks about the Stonehill bubble, where students are sheltered by the small classes, caring professors, and close friends, but I honestly ...
... reasons seems to be quite extraordinary to me! The last funny little tidbit that I wanted to report was the story behind one of the major Piazza in Florence. The Piazza della Repubblica was apparently built over the ruins of the original Roman city in the late 1800s when Florence was the capital of unified Italy. The town officials who ordered the work were very keen to show how much of an improvement they were making to the city, so on the arch overlooking ...
... expensive. They make around 2000 cakes of soap each day and we saw some duck shaped ones that had the beaks hand painted.
Once again we saw Monarco. There are 5 members of the senate to help Prince Albert. There are also 37 police for every citizen and 7 prisoners in the prison which is located near the aquarium. The loos in the Cafe de Paris automatically rotate and disinfect the toilet seat after each use. Quite unnerving.
From Eze we made our ...
... 8217;t much fun, but the autostrada…..balls-to-the-wall!!!
We park the car at the Porta San Marco parking garage. Not sure how far we are from the Campo, but no matter…we have to walk. It starts to rain. No umbrellas. Now it starts to RAIN, no pour. ****! Christopher never cares if he gets wet. Marcia has a hat and a hood with her windbreaker, so she shares the hat with Liz. I look for something to cover my head. I find ...
... local Florence team. Kim picked out some great jewelry and leather purses, but surprisingly, they were out of our price range. J We also got a chance to go inside the Santa Croce, another church, where Galileo, Michelangelo and many other important Italian people are buried. Later that afternoon, we took a trip to San Gimignano, which is an old Etruscan Town. It is about 55 km from Florence and is a walled hill town that started in the 10th century. It was along a road ...