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... heads. There was no information to explain this posted anywhere, and by then our professors had returned home, so they just stood there mysteriously (not) watching us as we took in the vistas.
On Tuesday we had a (paid for by the program) trip through the Museo Galileo, which showcased all kinds of old scientific instruments and ways of scientific research. We had a very knowledgeable tour guide who gave us a few demonstrations with replicas of old contraptions ...
Just like last time, I will first say that it has been quite a while since I last wrote anything, and I apologize for that with the deepest, deepest sincerity. However, my reason for being late this time is even better than last time. I was executing a secret mission that required radio silence to be held, but more on that later. It's time for a Balkans road trip!
As I said before, hitchhiking around Ankara was bad, but as it turned out, it was a walk in the ...
This was a blog I started about a week after the event, when Gobind and I opted to spend the day in Florence.
Gobind reminded me that we also went to Castellina on Saturday July 6--the blog posted July 14th for Greve, so some of those photos were probably Castellina posted then. Sorry about that!
Day two of Gobind's visit, we were still a bit beat and stressed from our first day of driving the stick (with 6 gears plus a reverse on the left top--different than what ...
... of green, red and white marble so it looked a bit like a candy cane! Cute! Luke also walked up the bell tower and took some good snaps, he said the walk was nothing on the Vatican! I stayed downstairs and had my first expresso... Not a fan of black coffee so didn't love it but had to try one before we left Italy!
We then went in search of the museum that housed the Statue of David. Our first sighting of him from from the end of a long corridor and he dominated ...
We took the long bus and train journey from the Amalfi Coast up to Florence where we spent a day wandering around the beautiful city centre and seeing some of its famous sights, one of which was Michelangelo's amazing sculpture of David which is massive, much much larger than I imagined and the detail he managed to portray in the marble is truly stunning.
The next morning we got the keys to our awesome little 1.2 litre Fiat 500 which we ...