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... I didn't want to buy anything, but wanted to see the whole experience
Brian highlight - relaxation
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Claibourne highlight - a peaceful relaxing day exploring Florence
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Christine highlight - relaxing all day
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1/2/14 - We awoke a bit earlier than yesterday for our last morning in Florence. After ...
... our time in Italy. The salumeria has an outdoor terrace on the second floor for its customers that we decided to check out. There were already a couple of people sitting there when we arrived and the area is so tight and narrow that our party of six adults and two children filled it to its maximum capacity. A few minutes and one spilt beer later, we headed back out.
We set off once ...
... head and shoulders above the rest of the city. Patrick and I both believed back in the day none of the buildings could be higher than the church, which has made for great scenery, and it seems the Italians have stuck to it. The sheer size of it is only topped by how beautiful it is inside. This is how a church is supposed to look! It was completely over the top without somehow being gaudy. I honestly have never seen anything like this. The rest of Florence had to play ...
... and velvety, decadent decor. We got to go backstage, see the old machines they used to use to make light and noise on the stage, and saw the passageways that led backstage where all the actors would get dressed and hair and makeup done. It was a very cool tour!
On Friday, my friends Kasea, Melissa, Emily and I went to the Uffizi to see Botticelli, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Da Vinci, and the like. The art is so beautiful and the views from that old palace are gorgeous. ...
Time is a weird thing. It passes too quickly, yet sometimes I feel like it takes forever. As my Italian teacher warned us the first week of classes, “Italy is a land of juxtapositions.” This issue with time seems to be fitting quite well with my teacher’s warning. That said, my time in Europe with my mom passed way too quickly, yet it lasted forever. Two women, two weeks, three countries. Here goes:
On March 20 in the Heathrow Airport we had our ...
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