Agriturismo Il Masso
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... a number of carvings of men of about the same size and style of the statue of David. We then went to a nearby plaza, Republica, and went to the top level of a department store that Susan had recommended for its roof top cafe and view over the immediate area. It was full so we went into the plaza and listened to a group of buskers - violin, guitar, bass - play for sometime. Craig had to resist Ang's desire to dance but he does credit her with drawing quite ...
... we are famous! That's why!!! Blaine loved it. The Uffizi was something we had gotten mixed reviews on. Some people loved it. Some said it was ok and others said it was a waste of time. I think with this one, it comes down to your personal preference. If you like art, paintings in particular, you'll like it. I thought it was interesting because it walks you through art in the Medieval era and shows the transformation through the Renaissance era. You can see depth begin to form ...
... in the aisles! Last week, my boss took me to his friend's house for an amazing dinner. We ate so well then things evolved into a business meeting where between the mix of english and italian the four of us discussed marketing plans for attracting American students to ORT's performances.
I really am enjoying all that I am learning, experiencing, and doing. The decision I made to live my life without limitations has really paid off thanks to PAA, FUA, and Teatro Verdi!
... easily spent hours exploring yet another beautiful town.
The following day we visited Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles) and from there we made our way to another medieval town called Lucca. There were so many streets to explore and we came across a shop keeper who embroided items by hand using a real sewing machine, unlike back home were it is all performed by ...
... granita place, and we walked around the entire Duomo enjoying every step. So, about granita. It is delicious! We ate from two different vendors so we would be able to describe it better (a huge sacrifice :). It is a frozen ice treat that is usually fruit based, and contains no milk (so it quite different from gelato). We really enjoyed the granita from the place our host recommended, as it is known for containing only the freshest natural ingredients. ...
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