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... had plenty of experience.
We travelled through Laguna, which has amongst one of the largest fishing businesses in the world. Rimini was full of sugar beet and corn. Ravena had Rice and Sunflower fields by the hundreds of acres and at times they seemed never ending. The land was very flat and our first rest stop was at 11.00am. In this area there was a lot of Tobacco being grown for export.
Our next stop was at Assisi. This is ...
Uneventful and actually surprisingly pleasant trip from Boston to Paris. I was delighted by the staff on our Delta flight and also with the snacks, free movies and a free glass of wine. Very salty and mushy pasta, but not gross. I'd give it a "fair". I'm sure the food we'll eat in Italy will compensate. Jake and I had been anticipating a fee for movies and were going to try a life hack that I read about where you use any random card with a magnetic strip to pretend to pay for ...
... looks like characters from Narnia have escaped to Florence...lol
Some light relief in a somewhat sober town...lol
OK stand on the famous bridge - I wonder if the guy who designed this ever thought he would have a few million tourists standing on his bride - and did he design it to have all these hundreds of people right NOW???
Ok we buy a Pinocchio pull down things for the outside of ...
... who was also my new friends mom I later found out) had gone over to the hairdresser next door to get her roots done before closing up! So she was wandering back and forth between stores, chatting with her daughter and her grandson but still keeping an eye on her restaurant. It was so lovely! and the Irish woman agreed people are much more social here, its a lot less individualistic. And so I realized, this may be a form of capitalism I can vouch ...
It's been nearly 3 weeks now.. Here's my quick update:
My everyday walk is like an outdoor museum adventure. Walking on the cobblestone, I pass the Duomo, the Santa Croce church & piazza, and so on.. I still can't believe I am actually studying in such a place. So much rich history!
Most of the pictures uploaded on this blog are from the ...