Il Castello di Gargonza
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Wonderful castle B&B. The restaurant was excellent.
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On July 3 we drove to Gorganza castle in the middle of nowhere in Tuscany, Italy. It is a castle converted into a hotel. There we checked in, unpack and changed to go to the pool. At the pool we saw Alex Donovan, from my baseball team!!! He was traveling with the Stanford alumni family vacation group. We didn't even think that we would see anybody …
... they probably enjoy sitting for hours after eating. We didn't though. We were tired and our first class is at 9 tomorrow. It's the earliest class I have. All of the others start at noon. So again sorry for dissapearing. I will try to keep up with this for now on my phone until my computer is fixed. Also sorry for the spelling errors I probably made. It's hard to fix on my phone so I'm just leaving them. I'll also add pictures later with my computer. Buena note firenze ...
... or as treasured, as the Ponte Vecchio. I will get pictures tomorrow.
I am so glad that I am staying in Florence for two nights. I will have tomorrow to visit the Boboli Gardens and the Pitti Palace that were two things I missed last year. On Sunday, I head to Sienna for the Pallio. While I miss the sea and all that is southern Italy...I will enjoy and love Florence.
Ciao and Buena Sera!
... was the 6th largest flood in the history of Venice. The water reached as high as 5 feet!
Today, my class got cancelled! I celebrated by taking an extra long shower, and also by going to the Museo Bargello. I pass it every day on my way home, and I had no idea it was there! It is one of the largest sculpture museums in Florence, and is also a former palace!
Overall it was a very adventurous week! Stay tuned for next week to hear all about my whirlwind trip to ...
... by hand with the same machinery used when production first began. The workers are artists in creating patterns and designs demanded all over the world.
Wednesday, we went to the infamous Stefano Ricci boutique which outsources from the textile company. This store was insane! The manager says he rarely has customers actually come into the store and their clientele consists of about 10 of the richest most powerful men around the world. I ...