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We arrived in bologna Friday morning at around 9:30am. Everyone was pretty exhausted at this point in the trip and kind of just wanted to be back in Rome. Bologna is famous for their colonnades that run along the main streets in the city. We focused primarily on Piazza Maggiore, which again is the major piazza in Bologna. There are two towers in Bologna close to Piazza Maggiore and we were able to climb to the top of one of them, which was a lot of ...
... had some lovely charm to it including free fizzy drinks and brioche, but the best part being the kids energy. This school had never had Theatrino perform before and it goes without saying that they responded in such a loving and exciting way! The teachers were very encouraging and made the effort to communicate to us which can be quite rare. I feel like for T-units first pigs and puss, so far so great. I love our work dynamic and ...
... is famous for its loggias, and for good reason because they are EVERYWHERE. As Marit pointed out, you could walk pretty much anywhere in parts of the old city and not have to get wet, were it to be raining. It also served as a more protected and separate-from-the-street sidewalk, which is something Florence tends to lack. Florence is also a city that hit its cultural and influential peak during the Renaissance, while Bologna was a ...
... general admission!! Hell yeah!! When I bought my ticket I had no idea where I was sitting. It kinda didn't make sense. So this was a pleasant surprise! So nice too after a long day of travel and having spent way too much money to get here.
The opening act was some woman with a squeeze box. She was terrible. :(. The audience just talked over her. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds came on and blew me away! They were fantastic! So much energy and ...
What a hilarious start to the day, woke up to some commotion outside but being cold we just rolled over and stayed in bed, half an hour later we were woken again to tapping on our windscreen. Ben went to investigate only to find a large market had set up next to us, and we were in someone's designated selling spot! That got us up! Quickly moving on, before being stuck in the car park all day. Continuing north ...
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