BEST WESTERN Premier Cappello d'Oro
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... sellers were doing a roaring trade. You could also buy a cloak to cover yourself from the ticket seller. One lady in particular was hilarious. She had on a dress, just a drawstring wasted thing, with full sleeves, and came to about mid-thigh. I didn't think she looked too bad, but the door police were having none of it... and she kept pulling the dress down to try and reach the two finger limit. At one stage there she actually bent her back down so she was ...
... pinks, rustic reds and pale creams. There are large road tunnels on both sides of the lake, huge gaping holes built into the mountains to allow drivers to wind their way around this big expanse of water.
WE saw lots of these tiny villages on our way around, we saw large villa's, even a glimpse of where George Clooney is supposed to live. I was surprised that there wasn't more traffic on the water. No speed boats, no kayaks, no water skiers. There was really only a few ...
Stopped at St Lucia airfield, a lovely private grass airstrip, for fuel and to have a new set of brushes fitted to the propellor pitch control, by Luigi, the aero maintenance engineer on site. The job turned into a bigger one as the pitch control motor had actually died, so he arranged spare parts and we are fitting up together, but with afternoon weather building, this ...
... has a great deal of interesting buildings.
The highlight of Breschia has to be the UNESCO site of Santa Guilia museum which traces the site from the roman times with 2 houses complete with mosaics through to the convent of the Middle Ages and up into the Lombardy Renaissance period. We spent a couple of hours here in the morning before we rode to Sirmione. This city also boasts a strong connection to Pope Paul VI who was born in the ...
... was in, I think it will be very interesting. I'm looking forward to it and am sad I have to miss class tomorrow because I have my first class of the "Cultural Heritage and the Art Market Workshop".
As far as the Social Movements class goes. I think it will also be really interesting. A lot of the class is focused on case studies and set up like debates which I think will be very interesting and having done debate in HS and loved it ...