Croce Di Malta Montecatini GH
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Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... was quickly howled down .... Not able to keep quiet long enough apparently. I think Calvin is going to be very unhappy. He does like to get us to places early. Well 1 hr 15 minutes later.... We are on our way. They let us off the bus after a while.... Then Calvin did some time slot rearranging and we were headed to Florence. Straight in at the museum .... To see David framed in that archway was amazing. And you could get so close! Not ...
... Sister Erlita is a Philippino nun that has been in Italy for 4 years, and shes one of the few who speak English, so she was our contact at the convent. We had to get buzzed in each time we come home and get our key from the main office, so we pop in and say hi several times a day. She's so friendly, and we always have a good chat about what we and she have done over the day, it's made the convent really feel like home. However the nuns must sleep, so theres ...
... Gallery of Art in DC and I never realized how much I was missing before I took this tour. She not only navigated us to some of the best paintings in the gallery, she just gave us so MUCH history and context - it was amazing. She also told us that part of the guide testing here is that they might show you a pinkie finger from a statue and ask you about the statue and its history - super tough! There was a beautiful view of the Ponte Vecchio from ...
... most standards a somewhat fairytale day visiting a castle in the lightly falling snow with horse-drawn carriages and panoramic views, but what we had planned for the following day stayed in the forefront of my mind for most of our Neuschwanstein tour.
Day 4: Kitzbuhel, home to the ski-haven of downhill runs- the Hahnenkamm. With a World Cup race there only a month ago, a section of the Hahnenkamm known as Mausefalle (or Mousetrap) has a grade of ...
... while waiting for and passing other panting tourists. The Duomo itself is an absolute artistic architectural feat and if you haven't seen it in real life, you should. My pictures don't really do it justice.
I found a restaurant that brewed its own beer and also made amazing gorgonzola pasta. The beer was by far the best I had so far in Europe. I have found that even though I am perfectly happy to slum it with a vitamin R or ...
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