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... that happened and how they made me who I am right now. It is a notion that is very subjective in nature, but I'm doing my best.
I spent the better half of my months in Tuscany sharing a renovated barn with a young man named Emanuele. Once we finished our day's work in the dairy, we would return home to prepare lunch and waste the afternoons away reading by the pool, showing one another our favorite music artists, ...
... the city, it's going to hit something historic.
The day after we moved in with our host families, we took a class field trip to the Duomo of the church of Santa Maria delle Fiore (Saint Mary of the Flowers) and the Baptistry, which is a separate building. We went into the Baptistry first, and I immediately kicked myself for forgetting my nice camera that day. I only have iPhone pictures. The entire ceiling and a good deal of the walls are covered in mosaic so detailed ...
... It's a 3 walled town thats famous for it's medievil architecture and towers. We got to wander around here for a bit before heading onto Siena.
Another old medieval town, with amazing farmland views. The streets of Tuscany were so awesome! The only place I've been to so far where there were actually proper shops on the side of the streets, with actual genuine leather ...
... to be watching over a chapel, got mad at a tour guide for something. . . I was right behind the tour group and I didnt see anything they did that was rude, but anyways, the "guard" went berserk and started yelling at them they had no respect and chased them out of the little chapel . . . then he starts slamming in freestanding chairs, that was when the tour guide turned around and let him have it in a loud ...
... inside it was equally beautiful! The marble floors were incredible! There was a particular room dedicated to Micheal Angelo's paintings. After going through the Duomo, we headed back to the city center to get something to eat. I got a pizza with olives, salami, and cheese. Then we got these little donut looking things for the carnival. they tasted like little funnel cakes with tons of sugar on top. After we ...