Hotel San Giorgio
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... coming round tonight. She had made fresh lasagna, ravioli and so much yummy food. In the afternoon we unpacked and rested and the evening was full of fun, food and frivolity. What a lovely family they are. We are also excited because Mirko (who is a great musician), is getting us into the TV station program he works on – we are going to be part of the audience – what a hoot. Secondly, he is also starring in a ...
... up and down the steep 15 minute walk in the little town (where the car was parked) an extra time looking for it! By that time it was getting dark and stormy and we had to find our way to our next stop, Tarquinia.
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... and get lectures along the way from two of our professors. We went to a Etruscan museum this past Saturday, which was also connected to a place where the Popes use to go outside of the busy city to reflect in nature. I must say, there were a lot of pots. The first five or so were really fascinating. I quickly got my share of studying different pots and Etruscan remains two floors later. I am pretty good with never seeing another Etruscan pot again. I saw enough for ...
... your breath fountains, churches and gelato.
Pedestrian Crossings in Italy do not operate the same as they do in other countries we have come to realise, the rules seem to be as follows
GREEN – Action: Proceed with caution. Result: Possibly killed by traffic.
ORANGE – Action: Proceed with caution. Result: Likely killed by traffic.
RED – Action: Do what you want. Result: Certainly killed by ...
Today started as most Sundays do with mass and brunch. With the rest of the day free I opted to take quite a long nap, refreshed enough to do homework afterwards. I woke up and read the play "Libation Bearers" then went to dinner and read "Phaedo" by Plato while watching the ...