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Travel Blogs from Monsummano Terme
... to our hotel for some rest and independent exploration and shopping time.
Rich and Barb went back to the Duomo Museum and Baptistery. The bookstore at the Duomo Museum featured some wonderful titles among the children's books, such as Fun with Dante: Hell, Fun with Dante: Purgatory. Good stuff. No purchases were deemed necessary.
Jake and Jeannette crossed the Arno and found several not-so-touristy shops and streets. It ...
... musical trio singing Italian classics
Given we had all had a healthy amount of festivities the trip home became funny when our normally quiet driver Umberto put on Dean Martin singing Amore, but the real laughter started when the coach lit up with flashing disco lights and lasers. I guess they do this for this stage of the tour because they know we will overindulge! Good fun
Tomorrow we have been warned it may hit 40 degrees. On toward Rome!
... wanted to buy for Meg. Totally exhausted by our effort we decided we needed a coffee and found a little place right in the square of San Lorenzo. Nice Italian looking place. But we did not heed the advice of a young tour guide back in Rome – Do not eat at any place that looks out to a famous building or monument. It will be way more expensive. So we spent way more than we wanted to. Like l have said before, we are really learning as we ...
Ciao famiglia ed amici! I'm "on a venture", as Grandpa said, studying abroad for a semester in Florence, Italy. I thought it would be fun and productive to blog about my travels and share them with you all! I will write different kinds of entries, some descriptive about weekend events and trips, others more personal about my experiences, insights, and self discoveries. I have been learning so much about Europe, Italy, about myself, this world we live in, and what makes life worth ...
... we went on another tour I'd booked to see Michaelangelos' statue of David. The tour itself wasn't long, only an hour, but it got us into the museum at a set time and no waiting. Chuck and I don't spend hours in museums on our vacations, but this statue was definitely impressive to see in person. First, it is huge...17 feet tall. But it is the detail that is incredible...muscles in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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