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... jewelry on the Ponte Vecchio bridge, and learning about the Medicci family and their family crest. Before the tour started a lady told me she was shocked that we were bringing kids on a three hour tour, but the did fantastic... Probably even better than she did. Lunch break: We went to the Hard Rock Cafe. :) They weren't at all busy, the music was good, and we were on a tight timeline, so we did the American tourist thing. ...
... entry. Hang in there. If you only want to read the most interesting parts scroll down to when I went to Cinque Terre.
Last Tuesday night was awesome... We went out for Katie's 21st birthday and met up with a bunch of people in our program at a bunch of places. Started off getting margaritas and then made our way to a couple of bars then a club called Bamboo. It was a great time.
Last Wednesday, September 9th, I didn't have class until 3 pm. That was my ...
... about. This butcher is apparently regarded as the best butcher in the world according to many people, including some famous foodies that are on the food network or travel channel. We enjoyed the snacks for a while and then were taken to lunch, which was at the butcher's restaurant. They served us 4 courses, which included a lot of foods with beef. All of it was amazing and of course there was more wine.
We then drove over to ...
... but with advancements in modern transportation it has gotten a little smaller and easier to access. I promise you it will be worth it, and an experience that you will never forget. I want to take the rest of this time to compile a list of my favorite cities and trips as well as my favorite pictures.
Favorite Weekend Trip: Munich, Germany. This trip was all about the people. Munich is an incredible city with a rich culture and history. Being able to discover it with some ...
... are able to get good advice for the week!
After two hours traveling through the rolling Tuscan hills, we arrived at a small, family owned winery where Lynn, our other tour coordinator had set up an amazing picnic next to the vineyards. We had a short introduction from the vineyard owner on their wine process and a walk through their bottling area, all the while enjoying a glass of their red wine. After, with wine still flowing we had ...