Residenza di Campagna Montelleri
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Meal plan
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... the steep hill rather than taking the winding road up. We had a huge day of sightseeing. First up was Academia. David is absolutely spectacular! Next we visited Museo di San Marco and Santa Maria Novella. We came home for lunch and the went to Duomo in the afternoon. I think we must have walked up a thousand steps at least (actually ...
... wine...pretty sure I will be drinking wine with all my meals the rest of my life. I have grown very fond of red wine over here too, surprisingly. It was so nice to get together with most of the girls that go to Iowa State that for a drink and dinner due to the fact that it is first time since even being abroad we could get us all together. We all planned to get together since the beginning of school, but with everyone being ...
... new dress that I bought that day for 10 euro. I'm already tired of all the clothes I brought. It was a really great dinner. I got a burger with a side of twisted mac & cheese. I finished it so fast. You wouldn't believe how much I've been craving ketchup. And finding beef here is so hard. Also all my friends made fun of me because of all the food I ordered and then freaked out when I actually finished it all. I really like the group I'm here with. All my interior design ...
... as the eye to see with the basilica's Duomo dominating the centre point sitting far higher above everything else. There is also an exact replica of Michaelangelo's David - which is why I'm guessing the hill has the name - standing tall. He was pretty cool even though it wasn't made of the same marble as the original. While up there we walked a little further to have a look at a very old church called Basilica di San Miniato al Monte which means St. Minias on the Mountain (very fitting) ...
... She inadvertently kept insulting us and our tastebuds. No hard feelings. I'm sure if I grew up with Italian Olive Oil, my taste buds wouldn't reject the taste, nor would they like "defective" tasting Olive Oil.
I also have no note how gorgeous the surrounding fall countryside looked- it was stunning. I wanted to stop the bus and fill up my memory card with pictures ( sadly I didn't even get one :( ...