Hotel Al Santo
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... Today in class we dived ever deeper into the intricacies of articoli determinativi e indeterminativi (definite and indefinite articles). The illustration in the book explains it quite nicely:
+ First frame: a lightly sketched outline of a cat. "Gatto"
+ Second frame: a more clearly defined image of a cat. "Un Gatto."
+ Last frame: wearing a collar, the cat is lying on a rug, with a toy by ...
... lots of fun. From there we dove into the ultimate Venice experience, the gondola ride. Touristy but fun and a nice way to see (and smell) the canals. Our gondolier did have some nice tidbits to share about Venice during the ride. The afternoon was the highlight when we met my graduate school roommate, Diego, and his daughter Alicia. They live in Milan ...
... riders teaching his horse to leap forward in a controlled manner while kicking out his hind legs.This is part of the performance called "airs above the ground".
It came to an end all to soon but there was lots more to see. The little group of visitors were taken down the avenue of trees to see the mares and foals. Ed was more delighted than he expected. You would be hard pushed not to be enchanted by those ...
... who told me she did this traditional Italian cooking class in Padua which sparked my interest. She had done a day of making pasta from scratch and also pizza from scratch. I had looked this cooking class up (Mama Isa) and thought that I would never make fresh pasta at home again (I have done it once, successfully making tortellini), but I kept scrolling and found that she also taught risotto and pasta sauces. I'd much rather learn these two, especially as I used to ...
... is not 100% correct).
By the time we got our sightseeing in the sun was beginning to set over the water. We walked along the water to a park until it was dark. Dark + no map = we have no idea where we were going. It was actually a pretty cool experience just wandering in the small alleys. Sometimes we had to turn around because we reached the water but there was no bridge and other times we had to turn around because of a dead end. It ...