Hotel Baia Verde Malcesine
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... churchy. I also wish i knew why every restaurant we have meal vouchers to is closed.... because i am starving!!
And after a week of paying for food i am quite sick of paying for food. i wanted to come back to Prato and enjoy getting 3 courses again :p i am excited to go to bon per te and eat tonight because they have a tuna melt fruit smoothie and water just for ...
Woke up at 530 grabbed breakfast with cappuchino<3 and hopped on a long train. We hopped on the metro and got to the duomo, we bought lift tickets because both of our legs were in a lot of pain. We went through the church, couldn't find the lift of course and most of the church was blocked off at that point, So we circled around and found the baptistery - the ancient ruins of the first church that was originally there - it was ...
... Very beautiful, with evening sun coming through. Then went to Anastasia's church which was also closed by this point. Still pretty though. We started heading back home and ended up grabbing dinner at a pretty cafe near Juliet's house on our walk back - I think it was called the black eagle, I ordered a bifsteak with veggies and Sara got carbonara- her first had a hair in it so gross....they kept trying to get us to buy water ...
... houses from the outside very colorful. It just gives such a nice feeling to the city. Of course there was a dome, and it was pretty, but only from the one side. Because in history once they didn't belong to Italy. So they built their dome in a way, that when the italians come from the south they would see some beautiful, marvelous building. Later when the town got more important for the catholic church, meaning the ...
"Two households, both alike in dignity
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their death bury their parents' strife."
Sound familiar? Those would be the opening lines of good ol' Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. For ...