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... content. I think our sadness leaving somewhere is quadrupled if we had great accommodation. And as our hostess greeted us with her beautiful dog Milky we were even sadder to leave. I'd be happy with playing with her all day. She is undoubtedly one of the most precious and beautiful dogs I've ever cuddled! (Sorry Bella!! Still love you more!!) milky had such a beautiful coat of white fur - albeit she was malting most of it!! Summer isn't her favorite season as you could imagine. Poor ...
... I have learned new ways of thinking about life I never would have otherwise and I want to empower others to empower themselves the way I have. Language opens the world to you. Getting outside of one's self and diving into the life of another creates compassionate understanding, changes and challenges the individual, allows one to appreciate their own culture more, and breaks down cultural dissonance that is at root of so many of the world's problems. I would love to ...
... and the houses are so quaint with flowers and ivy all over them. All the views were a great distraction. They also had a ton of different religious monuments/little statues built into the stone walls along the paths, which I love. Once we got to the top, we got these delicious slushies called grenadas. I thought of you, Bev! You were right…they were SO good. We got half orange, half lemon, freshly squeezed and so refreshing. The views from up there were dream-like. I ...
... side to side and by walking all around it. Nothing was missed! Ha, ha, ha!
From reading a sign posted right next to it, I learned that at one point the statue of David had gold on it. Hmmmm…..interesting! Gold leaf was lightly put on the tree stump and also on the figure’s head garland once Michelangelo completed the sculpture in 1504! I’m sure that David must have looked quite ...
... so simple yet so good! I also learned how to chop properly without cutting my fingers off which is probably very useful for me to know! Then we made a meat or ragu sauce with a mix of beef and pork. I love how simple Italian food is to make. I was really intimidated coming I to he class but it seemed easy once you got the flavor combos right. Of course we had to make fresh pasta as well. We rolled and rolled and rolled! Everything Rebecca made he called ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed