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Travel Blogs from Rieti
It stopped raining long enough for us to enjoy a day of drawing outside!
Our drawing class focuses on a variety of different areas, this particular week we took a class field trip to Tivoli, Italy. We focused on drawing at two different villas. Villa d'Este was commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este in the 1500s. The villa itself still remains but the focus was on the ...
... was just around the corner. Ro went to investigate when he came across another man in his car, who said hop in and he drove ro to the driveway and then back to our car again. He then got us to follow him all the way to our apartment and called out for the owner for us, who greeted us very warmly. We had been extremely well looked after.
Our apartment was great, such a relief after all that we had been driving through and the area felt a lot safer to be in than Pompeii itself. ...
... walls of each building were about two feet thick and the tile mosaic work on the floors was so intricate. It was clear that this place was made with care and this is why most of it was still intact.
We found it was really neat that we were able to walk in and on the ruins. We touched the same walls that the people who partied there might have touched and walked up the same stairs to share the same amazing views of ...
I've seen animals in strange places-- like at a funeral or in the hospital. Now don't get me wrong, I like dogs and think they have a special place in our lives.
But, when I saw a leashed dog coming into the club, I was floored! ;-)
Hi everyone. Thanks for reading this blog! So the week after our championship tournament, I returned back to school and had to leave again for the 9th grade Biology field trip. The way we arranged it was that every 9th grade teacher would do a field trip this year and we would all serve as chaperones. We already did the Ancient History so now it was ...