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... cavities in order to make a model of a real person. They were actually pretty detailed, you were able to see their clothes, sandals and some facial features.
Pompeii was my favorite stop of the weekend. It is definitely a must see while in Italy. The Amalfi Coast was the last weekend trip I will go on for the semester, and it did not disappoint.
Stay tuned for the next blog post, featuring: Grandma, Grandpa and Aunt Di!
Beth's Cooking Class ran from 11 am to 2:30 pm at a 4 Star hotel up in Ravello. She caught the bus at 10 for the 30 minute trip up the hill. Chef xxxxx Organic garden maintained by Chef; each day's offering is derived by what's ready in the garden. Cooked xxx, YYY, and zzz Worked alongside xxx and xxx on their honeymoon from New Zealand. They ate their products and drank a glass of ...
... flew! There was smoke coming out of the sides of the volcano but only vaguely so it was nothing to worry about…After a long day we headed home as the next day we were going to take a boat trip around the island Capri. We woke bright and early the next day as we took a boat trip around Capri. We visited the Green Grotto and the White Grotto aswell as swimming through a cave/tunnel that took you to the other side of the massive rock ...
... is down stairs. I feel like we have walked up and down a million stairs during the past 3 months. When you are carrying a bag weighing 17 kilos you really feel it. We leave our bags which costs €6. We walk out into the rain and down the road 50meters. It costs €12 each for entry and a guide wants us to do a tour with him. That's €75 but divided between how many people do the tour. Unfortunately there was only us two. So we did the audio tour instead. The ...
The other day we decided to climb up to a little town that is above us on the mountain, which uses part of the hiking trail called the Sentieri degli Dei, or path of the gods. You can take the bus up, but we are tough :). We heard there are 2000 steps up, although we didn't count. If that count is accurate, we climbed up 2000 steps there, then up our usual 270 twice, making a total of 5080 steps up and down that day. We have found a ...