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... to get diseases because only one other person, instead of 50, use it daily. We headed out for a delicious dinner of HUGE COCKTAILS for 10 Euro which isn’t bad when it is bigger than a pint glass full of Daiquiri goodness. When you buy a drink in Italy you tend to get free food called Appertivos. This was like a buffet of basic food like potatoes, salads, meats, pastas and pizzas. Did I mention potatoes? Because boy oh boy did I eat a million of them. We ...
... was in was silent, in fact the whole town was silent and
not even a car had passed in the last hour or so since I awoke. All I could hear
was the sound of a river in the distance.
As far as I knew I was the only one inside this hotel and was tempted to go
into the stairwell and up a few stairs to see from the floors above if I could
see my bike but even the slightest noise in the stairwell would echo throughout
the building and the last thing I wanted was to ...
... not that different from back home (except the music wasn't hip hop which seems to plague the youth of the UK).
From Piazza Duomo a short walk past a street of shops (mostly Italian clothes and ice cream but this is something they are famous for) opens to the town hall - Piazza dei Cavalli.
The town hall has two famous bronze statues ...
... of it when I wasn't supposed to. There were parts of it that I just loved.
We have learned that groups of monks and nuns are known for their specialties and rules of their order. For example, the Cartesians have five rules, such as Pray, Labor, No interaction with the public, hermit lifestyle, etc. Benedictine monks are known for their benevolence and charity, etc. That was the type of order that Mother Theresa was a part of- a charitable order. The ...