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... for those who read it.. Grant thought it was confusing and not clear that under the water someone had a put a large plastic /ceramic nativity scene that you can see from the boat. I hope it was made more clear and that we are not poking fun at anyone's belief. I have clarified that now although I cannot even imagine the explanation of why or how it was put there in the first place.
Off to get ready for tomorrow!
... not even at the roadwork points!
We were going to arrive in to Siena to early so we had done a bit of a google and discovered a little place called Civita Castellana and as a little place to stop, get some food and relax we thought - why not? it's off the beaten track a bit, there's a bridge Ponte Clementino that you see approaching the town dates back to the 18th century, the ...
... not see him. But their were signs everywhere, however the city was not crowded at all which was bizarre!! Then we went back to the hotel, slept, and started the treck for the train back to Siena. We left our hotel 10 , metro to a station far away got there at 11, the we had to wait until 140 for our bus to Siena. Then we got back to Siena at 6 pm. Not too bad of a weekend! Overall, Venice is my favorite Italian city so far! This week we have our first test and a week full of classes:(
... just lay with some music near our little house soaking up the sun. It wasn't the most comfortable thing any of us had ever done as it was more rock than grass- but it was still a nice break. Though the numerous lizards around kept Nicola and Lizzie on edge. At the precise moment Lizzie was imagining what it would feel like to have a lizard crawl onto her skin, Nicola screamed, and Lizzie did what any rational person would, she did some kind of dive/forward ...
... bored the entire ride. He pointed out each set of buildings telling us who he knew that lived there and what its importance was to their area. He told us stories about his name and the other Vilmo Barbi living in Milan who stole his name. When we arrived in Siena, Vilmo told us to go to Plaza del Campo and eat at the restaurant on the square with cheap pizza then take a nap on the square like he often did. He dropped us off by a cathedral with a very ...