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... in or out with the key stuck in there but Maria was not perturbed, she just got me another key. When we got to the door she just hit a switch on the wall and the door unlocked. (I've never lived in an apartment block before so that is the only excuse I have for my ignorance, lol). I then tried the new key and was able to open it from outside with no problem, so I was much relieved.
There were three other studenti in my classe, un' Americana, ...
... facade is uninviting. But we knew from previous experience that inside most duomos are incredible art treasures.
With travel guide in hand, we began the scavenger hunt to find the historic Cantine del Redi Winery and its famous wine caves. Locating the entrance, we wound our way down the ancient stone spiral staircase, below the Palazzo Ricci, and into the most dramatic ...
You know the rest. And despite an extraordinary amount of rain, fog and dampness (I know you polar vortex victims have no sympathy), it has been a really good month. Due to the small group of students, we have been able to spend quality individual time with each of them. They are integrating well and needing us less and less, which is the goal of course. We will have a last get together with them on Thursday ...
We have been on the go since my last entry (which I think was Orivieto). Our SBU colleague Carol is very interested in family business, so our Umbra colleague Ray took us to the oldest family owned ceramic company in the country - perhaps the world - started in the 1500's and passed down through the generations of family members. This is the ...
... and pack everything, it seemed quite remarkable that the total was only 17 Euros. Fun to watch, but given the trend it will be another half hour before I can buy my two peaches, one pear, and a bunch of apricots. I must have fretted visibly, for the nice storekeeper lady happily waved me to the front of line, stuff everything in one bag, collected money and sent me off. Whew.. Every Tuscany town has its own festival. Montepuciano's version is known ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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