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... question remains, why did you come to Italy?
So far, this has been one of the most valuable experiences that I will remember and keep close to me forever. From America to Italy, it's been about traveling, trying new experiences, meeting new people, and keeping an opened mind about absolutely everything.
This adventure is only the beginning of a lifetime!
Until tomorrow world!
Today we arrived in Livorno which basically is a really small town with a port. We had a little walk around but after 10 minutes we were done, it's very touristy. Next stop, Pisa. We walked around the site which has a duomo, baptistry, cemetery and of corse the leaning tower. The tower is a belfry which is part of the main cathedral of Pisa next to it. The tower leans because of the soil it was built on and the weight of the ...
What a long day! After traveling from Venice to la spezia it started raining. I waited out the rain and finally got to the bus stop that would take me to my hostel. The bus got to the stop at the same time I did so I did not have time to buy a ticket. Which was scary cause I thought I was going to get fined!! After asking a bunch of locals, I ...
... least four more stores that ended in "ria." Good times. I have to get all the enjoyment out of Italian that I can, because this afternoon (God willing) we will be in France.
This was the tired start of a long day. Fortunately, it was a beautiful day as well. We arrived at Pisa so early in the morning that it was still very quiet and rather peaceful. The leaning tower is really set in a beautiful place and would be worth visiting even if it wasn't famous for being ...
... bear version for the third generation in the stroller.
Europeans have been weaned on getting the story from art. Each painting, fresco, or church carving intended to tell the masses whatever the message of the moment may be. We’ve seen the church schism denoted in a painting that included the pope falling into hell. (Can’t remember the location.) We’ve seen Saint Andrew, Saint Mark, and Saint ...