Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Remind me again how I said I would never, ever complain about the heat...so, ok...not exactly complaining but really it's HOT here. 96* today and hotter tomorrow. We did get out for a very long walk this morning...long meaning time wise not distance. We went over to get these funny little olive oil cookies to eat with wine....and maybe a croissant, too. We looked at all the produce at the market and I ...
... my presentation weren't exactly clear to him. My professor is Italian and speaks pretty good English but we don't always perfectly understand each other. It was a new experience for me. I'm so used to having to use specific vocabulary and speaking professionally at Endicott but for this presentation the simpler terms I spoke in were better understood. It was quite a change. Also the feedback I received was incredibly different than what I was used to. My ...
... Lucca is surrounded by a huge fortress wall that is now used for running and cycling. So 30+ of us grabbed helmets and rode around this two mile wall for about an hour. Super fun. Awesome views. Pretty town. After the cycle, we took a walking tour of the town where Puccini lived and worked. Very quaint little town with some really nice architecture. We stopped at a little resto we ...
... This is a spa town with hot thermal springs so we and some of our new friends skipped dinner and went for relaxing Friday night out in Italy. What better way to spend our last night in Italy then laying by the pool sipping drinks or laying around in the warm spa. A good night had by all.
Stay tuned for more exciting adventures soon.
Randall & Mikey
... Pope in Rome. I keep thinking of Fra Filipo Lipi all those wonderful paintings and he could not keep his hands off the ladies. Anyway Fra Angelico lived in San Marco after starting out at San Domenico in Fiesole, also Savonarola lived here, , the monk who tried to reform Florence and deeply influenced both Michaelangelo and Botticelli in their later years. He crossed the Pope one too many times and was burned at the stake in the Piazza della ...