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Welcome to my blog that will be all about my trip to Italy in March 2014!
I will be traveling to the following cities:
- Fl orence
- Nettuno li>
Hope you all keep track with my planning my trip and also look forward to photos while I'm on my journey! ...
... flight to England is a month and 5 days away. I'm trying to open myself up to the unfamiliar. For example, I accepted a friend request of someone I don't know. He could be a sociopath, maybe this is an entirely irrelevant example, but I'm trying.
Spent a last "girl's night" with a few of the most genuine, all-giving people I've met in college. It felt like the end of an era, because I don't think I'll ever be the person I was then ...
... has eroded behind the lighthouse. The erosion is quite a concern and there is a movement to stabilize the ground so that the lighthouse is not lost. There is a display which shows the lighthouse at the time of completion and the keeper’s house, then 3 more displays showing a display for every 100 years or so.
The 1860 Keeper’s house is now a museum next to the lighthouse. There are lots of ...
... bananas and pound cake and some lollies for the journey. Also asked where her husband was born in France and she said a town, but forgot where. I said I was born in Annecy and she said oh, that's next door to where Alain her husband came from. Talk about a small world. She was lovely and she appreciated us staying there. We set off to Farmington to visit Mark Twain's house and museum. It was a grand house and was really interested in his story/life. Had to ...
... grow pumpkins big here, some were ginormous!!! They had all different kinds as well plus tons of weird gourds and squashes. I got to push a little wheelbarrow around and we all picked some out. I ended up with a perfectly spherical little guy and a pumpkin/squash, they're called Rosie and Jim. Scott and I also went in the corn maze (technically that's a good play on words there). We got out in less than 5 minutes - go my directions! Once out we ...