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... They performed arias from some of Puccini’s best-known operas and some of Mozart’s. The singers were outstanding and the evening was memorable for us.
An orchestra and choir from Wesley College in Melbourne is travelling in Europe and they had a stop in Lucca. We had first seen them performing at their first stop, Assisi. When we were in the Piazza S Michele on Sunday afternoon we were treated to a performance by them. They were excellent ...
... s unfinished Slaves and the three persons tall David. Could not take pictures unfortunately. Wandered towards the south bank for the recommended dinner places. Via the Duomo and the Piazza delle Signore and crossing at the Ponte Vecchio, we discovered that our two recommended places did not open early enough. Ended at Osteria de Santo Spirito. Great bread, pasta and florentine ...
... to tell the owner to use her hands to tell me numbers because i couldn't understand if it was 40 or 400.... Which was scary almost because we didn't want to be the dumb american or seem like we couldn't understand simple things. I couldn't communicate - that was what scared me - I wasn't able to use my voice, or my hands because what i wanted to say was more complex than this or that. I really want to crash ...
... how to pronounce it correctly: /broosketta/.
Armed with paper, pencils and cameras, we start…. Lella is an amazing cook and teacher: very calm, very organised. We start with preparing the eggplant for the pasta vegetable sauce and move on to the tiramisu. ‘Easy As’ when shown by an expert – and using authentic ingredients - but it is surely the most occasional treat with all that marscapone. Now ...
... where his weight is pressing down on the rock on which he stands. There is seating 360 degrees around David so you can view his perfection from every angle. Along with Rodin’s “Thinker” and “Venus” this is one of the most admired works of art in history….for good reason. It is interesting that this is one of many David's we viewed in Italy, the story of the little guy slaying Goliath was a popular topic for ...