Bel Sito E Berlino
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... lot of effort into their incredible costumes, as you will see in my photos. Amy, her room mates and myself took part in the festivities. They all bought masks and I bought a comically large hat. For lunch we got some pizza at a little place tucked in an alley somewhere. Side note: some of Venice's alleys aren't large enough to fit two people walking side by side. Venice is a little bit more expensive than Florence, but that is because they are one of ...
... We made around eight stops along the way, taking a ton of pictures, eating food, drinking beer and talking. We even ran into a few groups of Americans who spotted our Twins hats, one pair from Connecticut and another pair, one from Minneapolis and the other from Georgia, who were studying in Florence. Due to the construction we had to connect to a different train for the last 45 minutes to Milan, and transferred in a town called Chiasso. We jumped off the train and right on to ...
We slept until almost 11 AM today because we were so exhausted and got up and went searching for a place to eat We walked almost 50 miles today and probably one of the things that was highlighted was how bad the food was and absolutely how overloaded the amount of people there were We walked around and got lost a few times and ...
... see the ground crew closing the door to the plane. At this point I have my very first ever fear of getting on a plane. Venice is marvellous. Venice is me. Venice is better than Paris! Venice has surprised me in five minutes. Venice is crowded but not. It's the water and arriving by speed boat that did it. Took me back to conjola daddy! We came in by private speed boat and so glad we did. ...
... statues of the Mori, or Moors, much more fascinating. Apparently, representing the merchant brothers from the easy the three statues stand proud in eastern attire on the corners of the small square. If you follow the building round until you come out at the church of the Madonna dell' Orto, impressive in itself you see more eastern references to the brothers with a base relief of a merchant and camel. The cornerstone of the balcony was taken from a ...