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... the Pisa monument who had just returned to the bus for their ride to the hotel.
An hour later we dragged ourselves up the most gorgeous hill in Tuscany to Hotel Villa Saulina. Quite a big adventure for us. We dined in an outdoor patio overlooking the olive trees and vineyards, we took a night swim under the stars, shared a bottle of chianti we bought in town with Georgia and collapsed in bed (a huge upgrade from the previous evenings bunks on the train couchette!). ...
... looked magnificient and today is a beautiful sunny day. Anyway, I walked around afterwards and eventually stopped at the train station to buy my ticket (37€) to Verone. Then back to the room for a short little dodo and a skype with Michele who was at my house, mowing the lawn...or rather the hay! Zita facetimed with me....it was so nice to talk to her...she is such a good ...
As many of you know, I have been taking a sewing class during my study abroad experience. Yes, I said sewing, and YES, it is my favorite class! We have worked on a number of different projects from the basic stitches, to completing a pencil skirt, to a button-up shirt, to facings and bias finishings, to our newest one, our final project! We had the opportunity to either design and make a skirt or a shirt for the huge event that was going to ...
Today we gave Mario our coach driver the day off as we headed into Firenze on the train. The sun was shining and everyone had ditched the raincoats and broken out the T-shirts! The train was packed but Gilberto was able to find seats for all of us, even having an animated conversation with one passenger who was taking up 3 seats with bags and coats. Gilberto told him in no uncertain terms to move his stuff so others could sit there! After about 50 ...
... still a ton of grapes on the vines. It's amazing with the undulating landscape how straight the rows are. Lunch was leisurely and delicious. It's not a big menu and since we go the same time every year...the same "seasonal" foods are available. Larry always likes the ricotta and spinach ravioli in butter sage sauce...I like ...