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Travel Blogs from Palaia
... furtive (or confused) glances from the crowd, the lady left as well.
Now, I don't care if we're in a dinky little church or the freaking Metropolitan Opera, but that kind of behavior is unacceptable. I do agree that the lady was being rude. Lying down and putting one's legs into the air like a dying dog is not flattering nor respectful. However, the pianist could have handled the situation with far more professionalism. He could have ...
... clothing, and art, all housed, of course, in amazing buildings (an old palatial "house"). As we visit many of these palazzos & museums in general, we have to remind ourselves to look up, & down, as the ceilings & floors are often just as amazing as the art & artifacts on display! The biggest "name recognition" of the day was probably seeing Napoleon's bathroom! The gardens were huge - we could ...
... We decided that in order to go out with a bang, we were going to make a Harlem shake video called the Tuscany edition. It was soooooo much fun. We even got the professors to get in on the fun. This is an experience that you can not get anywhere else. Learning about the profession I love while simultaneously experiencing Italian culture with wonderful people is more than I could ever ask for. I am truly grateful and I will miss every single person I have come into contact with.
... what appears to be a bargain and then to discover it wasn't. Last night we went to dinner at one of the places our hosts at Casa di Mina, Lynda and Francesco recommended, La Terrazza Del Principle. It's walking distance and lovely outside and inside tables. Beautiful meals of pasta with eggplant sauce and gnocchi with a tasty sauce, two glasses of white, bread (which you get with all meals), the most amazing deep fried veggies and limoncino (meditation) after dinner drink, rather like ...
... It was 5pm whe. We arrived back so it was straight into cooking class. This is part demonstration and part us cooking dinner! Lots of fun and the end products yummy. Day 2 was an excursion to Calci where there was a Cartusian Monastery which isn't advertised. It is only 10km from Pisa yet not many people go visit. The monastry has 1500 rooms and is Baroque style and had some amazing frescoes and floors. The Baroque style is all about putting perspective into the painting ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking