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August 22, 2014
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We were out the door at 9 AM for breakfast at a local bakery. We returned to our apartment to checkout and drag our luggage down the apartment stairs and back up the stairs to the train tunnel.
We caught the 10:37 AM local train to La Speizia. There we found our way to the Trentalia ticket line. Our destination today was Florence and we hoped to catch a direct ...
... where we saw works from Botticelli, Leonard da Vinci, Bellini and Michelangelo. Was incredible. Surprisingly it was Nicks's choice to come here. But I am glad he suggested it. From here we walked along the River Arno and walked across the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) which has lots of jewellery shops across it and onto the other side of Florence where we stopped and had a late lunch. ...
... singing the entertainers decided we need to dance so played the birdy dance and the macarena! We were very surprised they could play these on the accordion!
To keep the night going most of us made our way to Space nightclub for a disco night. This ended up being a good night although the Italian boys were not so fun, legal age to go out in Italy is 16 so some very young boys were hanging around us. The other drama being one of the girls not knowing her limits ...
... our first glimpse of the famous Roman Ruins and what the Romans call "The Wedding Cake" (tall white palace looking building and very grand). On to the ruins we walked past the Roman Forums and lastly the Colosseum. By this point we were all very grumpy and tired. We got on the Metro and headed all the way back to our campsite. I can barely remembered grabbing my bag and then instantly crashing into my bed. So tired, sleep. ...
... history of the slow food movement, agriturismo, and other cultural marketing aspects for developing the study abroad curriculum. Andrea gave us some suggestions for lunch, all of which were locations that emphasized slow food. INO is described as "a fabulous gourmet panino shop where the owner elevates sandwiches to a whole new level by using only the highest-quality ingredients from all over the Italian peninsula made by producers who are extremely loyal to ...