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... though some where in the city but we gave up finding it because it wouldn't stop raining. But since its so close and cheap to get there-- only a 1.20 euro bus ticket, we are going to try and go again soon.
Today we went to the Medici Chaples, they have some amazing marble stone "paintings". It also rained most the day-- Its been raining almost every day this week so far. After that we went to this paper ...
... girls returned and modelled their glamorous purchases, as Dean continued desperately seeking a way to monitor the final round of the US Masters. Despite offering the Microsoft tablet to me for updating my blog, Gidge found the golf (who would choose an ipad??) and I was left with my Samsung Galaxy.
All of us traipsed off to bed, leaving Dean to stay up until 2am and see Adam Scott be the first ever Australian to win the coveted green ...
... the worst part. I literally could not believe I was about to make myself jump off of a 180 foot cliff, but every time I watched someone else do it, my confidence boosted more and more. It didn’t help, however, that the first girl to go backed out and said she couldn’t make herself do it yet. She ended up letting a couple people in front of her go, and then she finally made herself do it. You literally have to just make yourself go right away, because it’s so ...
... and every store location has a diamond studded tie that goes for about 200,000 euro!
My professor for my Family Business in Italy course this semester is a part of the 30th generation in the Frescobaldi family business (700 years). Her dad is actually the president of the company! The family owns 9 estates in total throughout Tuscany, and we were lucky enough to have her take us to two of them!
Of the two estates we visited, Castello di Pomino specialized ...
... decided not to go in but we walked around the outside and checked out the Gargoyles looking back at us. We made our way down through the garden over to the Senate Building where they have some famous wall made from drip cement.
We finished the day at some great basement bar and headed home to rest up for the long day ahead of us.
Dresden is definitely one of the best cities we’ve been too; it was modern, clean, and had a great energy. ...