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So lets start with Venice and how it is absolutely magnificent. I feel like each place I go to I end up saying that but it really has been true so far about everywhere but Naples :p zacks dad one said when he was in the military they went to Naples and the best part about it was the train station to get the heck out! All is well here, we we t to Venice yesterday and it was amazing. The canals the gondolas and the markets and at marks cathedral. Omg. We got off our train from Florence ...
... She had a interesting presentation about positive psychology. Positive psychology focuses on personal strengths rather than focusing on our weaknesses. Often times, I can receive a compliment and I catch myself wondering whether that individual is being "authentic" or just being "politically correct" The focus of the seminar was to be able to accept and give compliments about the strengths of others and be more comfortable with accepting the ...
... around Venice especially during the night when you only came across the occasional traveller in the shadowy tight alleyways. It was not hard to imagine the fictional character Commissario Guido Brunetti by author Donna Leon chasing villains throughout these ally's. The imagination can run away with you while walking the streets, spy and intrege just ooze from the walls. Train has arrived we now start the next part of our journey, Florence the birthplace of the ...
... little streets behind El Duomo.
Florence is famous for its history. A centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the wealthiest cities of the time, Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages. A turbulent political history includes periods of rule by the powerful Medici family, and numerous ...
I got up early (07:30am) and got packed up since today was my last day in Firenze. Had my usual breakfast and stored my luggage with the B&B - now I was ready to tackle the Accademia! As I didn't make a reservation, I stood in line for about 1.5 hours to get into the Galleria dell'Accademia to see The David and other works, of course. Botticelli's "Madonna and Child" was not in view today, so that was a bit disappointing, but there were plenty of other artists renditions of the ...
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