Travel Blogs from Chiusi
... and went out with my friends. Next week is a busy one for me but then Thanksgiving will be here and I will be on my way to spend the holiday break in Scotland!! I also have my last calcetto (a.k.a. small sided 5v5 soccer) game on Monday!!! My team has been doing really well and we are in the finals!!! As much as I love the travel and all the culture here, I have to admit for the 40 minutes I get to go play again under the lights is when I am the most happy here. I ...
... look into Milan, my next destination. I would have missed Milan out, if it wasn't for the fact that it is home to Di Vinci's 'The Last Supper'. However reading my guide book I see tickets book out months in advance and looking online, this is true. However, the lady at reception spent the afternoon on an engaged phone and managed to get me tickets for 2 days time. Cant even begin to tell you how grateful I was that it wasn't going to be a wasted ...
... they had us wake up so early is so that we could get on the first boat setting out to Capri. It’s the same boat that the workers take out in the morning to get to their smaller boats that take groups out on tours. We walked down the mountain to a dock where a big boat picked us up and took us to another dock where we got on a smaller boat, with just the students on the trip. We got a nice little tour that took us to the Green Grotto and some different caves. There was one ...
... Greg from the train station later on. I got lost trying to find the tour office but along the way I did manage to find David! He wasn't the original David but now I can say I've seen David in Florence! Rebecca found the tour office but we were a bit early so we walked up and down the street to stay warm while we waited. It turned out that it was just the two of us in the class that day which was really nice. Our guide/chef was Andrea. He was from near Florence ...
... Jewelry Bridge," over the Arno River. Every store lining the 14th century bridge is a fine jewelry store as mandated by the Medici Family.
We stop at the Uffizi Gallery, a major museum with a majorly long line to get in. During our hour-long wait, a woman dressed in colorful scarves pushes her way down the center of ...
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