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If you're like me, when you dream of Italy, you see towns with narrow, winding cobblestone streets. After this weekend's trip to Siena in northern Tuscany, I realize Siena is that dream realized.
The weekend started with a train from Rome through farmlands and vineyards. *Sigh* I will always love this...home away from home! Traveling through the countryside of Tuscany makes me forget I'm thousands of miles away from ...
... Pisa and took pictures in front of the leaning tower (deff harder than it looks haha). When we got home around 7:30 pm we showered, got ready, then met up with Colin and Mike at Yellow Bar for dinner. Then me Danielle and Kate and them went to the Shot Cafe for a bit then went home to sleep!
It was an absolutely beautiful day in Tuscany!
... Vatican museum, which includes the Sistine Chapel; the Pantheon, and the most expensive, and fabulous shopping street in Rome, along with many spectacular churches.
I found Saint Peter’s Basilica surprisingly lovely, despite both the size, and vast amount of detail. I thought there was a good balance between decoration and 'lightness’ of it all, if that makes sense. In another words it wasn’t too overwhelming. ...
... from 7th-6th centuries BC. These were discovered accidentally early 19th century. There was a timed switch to press which turned on the lights inside the four chambers. It gave you 15 mins to explore.
I have never given any thought to how one havests olives. In Tuscany (don’t know about anywhere else) olives are supposed to harvested before the 1st December when there ...
Taking the train in Italy is becoming our main mode of transportation. The little step-by-step ticket machines are easy, fast, and reliable. Unfortunately for my language practice, there are are hardly any communication skills required.
Our hostel in Siena is very nice. Finally a room without bunk beds or numerous people. Oddly enough we have a ...