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... bus and called the polizia. I thought Winnipeg transit was bad....yikes. So we decided to use Gord's phone gps to walk back home. I think we second guessed our decision after walking a few blocks....maybe we walked right through the hood! It sure appeared to be a bit scary....but we made it back. We did our laundry today so we have clean clothes...yippee.
We are supposed to get our luggage on July 22 or 23 in Venice. We shall ...
... her potted Geraniums,steeply up up, off into yet another little byway, a gorgeous row of houses appears to one side of a little entrance track opposite which are their gardens full,of roses and a couple is walking back and forth from house to garden with watering cans and and so I ask if I might take a photo of their beautiful garden and thus a long conversation ensues. The houses, perhaps 8-10 in continuous, connected row, all shuttered and Tuscan, were built in 1920 ...
... due to the crazy Italian drivers! You would think every Fiat driver is behind the wheel of a Ferrari (or so they think)!
Once we arrived in Firenze, we parked the car at Piazzale Michelangelo, a large square top lot overlooking all of the city. The panoramic views of Firenze were breathtaking. After much admiration of the city, Jason and I ventured down to Piazza Poggi on the south side of the Arno River to begin our 30-minute walk to the ...
... aroma. Excellent as an aperitif and perfect companion for biscuits, almond biscuits, strudel and other traditional Italian pastries." - enotecamedici We also sampled the Castellare di Castellina Chianti Classico (red wine), which is a "Very deep dark crimson red colour with crimson red mauve hue. The nose displays lovely perfumed aromas of dark cherries, spice and incense followed by some
earthy cedar and light leather end notes. Light to medium weight and ...
... of Michelangelo's work was abandoned, frequently because he was called away to do something else (like paint the Sistine Chapel in Rome ... twice!). Perhaps the hallmark of a Renaissance Man was an overly full Day-Planner. In the New Sacristy, Michelangelo has nearly completed several statues, including polishing portions of their marble to near glass-like smoothness. However, these same stone bodies retain ...
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