Farmhouse Residence Casa Italia
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... coffee on the piazza di singoria - I scowled like a proper bloody Italian as it was 1.1€ at the bar!! Tsk... Then we were off to the ufizzi via a service entrance where we didn't even get a security check, after the mafia blew a big chunk of it up in the 90's you'd have thought they'd have checked. We were in a little before it opened and I have to say I've got to the "oh, lovely, another Michelangelo/Leonardo/Raphael/Botticell i..." Stage. I do like the ...
Tonight all of us Iowa Stater's decided to get together for a fun filled night at Colle Bereto. Colle Bereto is an appertivo, meaning you pay 10 euro and you get a drink and eat as much food as you possibly want that they have out on the buffet. We chose to go to Colle Bereto due to the fact that it is located right next to our school, which we end up walking by it at least once a day. Funny thing is, I think the Italians go there as ...
... miles later we found it. At this point my stomach was eating itself due to starvation so pretty much anything looked good. I mean I bought watermelon and peaches, and I don't like EITHER! That explains our desperation to find food. We filled our shopping baskets to the brim of the most random things; pasta, spaghetti sauce, apples, yogurt, lettuce, peaches, watermelon, cheese, bread, wine, etc. Random Italian fact: They do not refrigerate their eggs nor milk, so we ...
... painting of Adam and Eve they are flat, and not very detailed in facial or anatomical detail, but in a later painting Massacio gives them depth, they look like beings, alive and in context. We were actuallt too late to get in, but the Priest was next door in the Church and after Lizzy spoke to him he nodded approval for us to have a special viewing, so it really did feel like a privilege. read more about the Chapel here, i can't do it all justice, as it was so much to ...
... Stazione Centrale. This is a little country town with one big landmark! I'm not sure if the folks like tourists or not. I passed many a local but they kept to themselves, not rude, but not caring to give a friendly greeting. Once I reached the Duomo and the Tower, the lawn opened up into a big square with people sitting on the grass or the steps of the Museo there. I got my ticket to go up the 300 plus steps to the top of the Tower and only had to wait 20 minutes. They only allow ...