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I'm going back in time a little bit. My weekend was so jam packed and I didn't have time to write about it due to my crazy classes.
Friday afternoon I embarked on a three day excursion to Maremma, a region of Tuscany that is located by the coast of the Mediterranean. The trip was organized by my program--SAI--and included in our tuition. So, not only was I able to escape for a weekend, but I'd already paid for it! Indirectly, of course.
Our first night was ...
... une ville médiévale qui nous a ébloui.
Finalement, nous avons terminé cette excursion par un arrêt à la Tour de Pise sur la Campo dei Miracoli (Place des miracles) où nous avons admiré la Tour penché, le baptistère et la cathédrale.
Nous avons fini la journée par un souper au resto Il Triangolo delle Bermuda afin de dire aurevoir à Tullio puisque nous quittons Florence demain matin.
Heading to Vulci today, so bring your swimming costumes!
We gathered our group and picked up Allegra, Patrick's duaghter on the way out. She was going to home today and Patrick knew she would much rather go for a swim than stay in the house all day. So she squeezed in the middle and off we went.
Vulci was a rich and ...
... half way down to climb into the dark deep canyon below the cliffs. And of coarse I was the only one that went straight into the cave heading deeper and deeper inside, just to get a good shot, and I think I managed that pretty well. I brought the tripod into the mucky waters so I could use a longer shutter speed to really capture all the details within the dark damp cave. The view was like nothing I had every seen before.
Day 2 in Sorano, and I was awoken for a morning run, people were dressed, ready to go and they were waiting for only me. So I quickly jumped up, found my clothes and finished putting them on on the way down the stairs. I was ready, in just 5 minutes. We then went down the side of the town mountain only to be greeted by the next hill over. Through the Etruscan hillside where there had been what I only assume to be a river thousands and thousands ...