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... into what looked like a public opening. We got our towels laid out and soon got told we were on the private beach. The lifeguard said we were fine for the day, but just for future reference so we stayed. I never realized how open the Italian people are. All the older people were either topless or in bikinis, along with the older men. Speedosss for days! We all decided that to make our semester one to never forget we all had to do something we normally would ...
... but part of it; but we still took pictures of it for you, Jillian!). We continued from very high up, which was a little nauseating at times when the path got narrow, and hiked on through what seemed like different climate zones! One stretch would have pine forest, the next would be a fresh green jungle, and then Mediterranean olive trees would pop up out of the ground, etc. We reached Volastra, a town higher up off the coast than the ...
... underway. We can tell that, as a white-ribboned Mercedes is patiently cruising the main street. In fact it’s the only street in the village. Near the 'Duomo’ at the village boundry an olive grove is set up for the outdoor reception - no marquee needed here - just a cluster of white trimmed gazebos. A beautifully dressed crowd waits outside a small church in the village centre, so we settle ...
... talked back and forth, it was Katie who said, "I couldn't have done it. I just really needed to be done driving in that car." So perhaps it was her energy that we were picking up as well. So we'll have to save Cinque Terre for another trip. It's too bad because Anne finally did look it up and it was only an hour out of our way, and there was a way to just drive by and see some of the towns without making it the major hike that I thought it was.
... by Niccolo Machiavelli.
Students of history already know that Galileo Galilei, born in Vincenzo in 1564, moved to Pisa to begin teaching mathematics at the University of Pisa in 1589. In the period between 1589 and 1591 Galileo conducted his legendary experiments on gravitational forces by dropping objects from the leaning tower. What some ...