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Day 9: Day in Rome!! Started out with a tour of Vatican City. Fun fact: highest crime rate in the world :/ it was stinking hot and there was **** loads of people squished into small spaces that aren't air conditioned (there was also no cleavage, shoulders or legs allowed to be shown- worst). However it was absolutely beautiful. We started in the galleries and then ended at the chapel. It was all so spectacular ...
I started the day with jewelry where I finished my earrings and got to start on my wax ring!! For sewing we took the bus to a fabric store to finally get the actual fabric for the fashion show! It was huge! It wasn't really a store, more of a warehouse! We were all so overwhelmed with the amount of choices we had, and our teacher wasn't much help. I wanted my outfit to be a light pink, but my teacher told me that blue would look ...
... per square metre as in Rome. There's so much history in this part of the world. Museums are everywhere - it's as if very artefact of time has been stored in Italy. And Florence is probably the artistic capital of Italy. There are numerous street artists working. Buried in Florence, near our hotel in the "Croce's" are Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Galileo to name three famous people we recognise amongst many more famous names we don't recognise. Statues abound in the plaza's ...
I believe 'Eataly' is a government funded chain but they were delighted to seat one and even happier when I ordered the steak rare. They eat later than us Brits so getting the measure of how restaurants work is interesting. So I've had pasta and then some rare steak. I forgot to photo the pasta because I was ...
... buy a bottle. We also tried some really tasty extra virgin olive oil… who knew there was such thing as ‘good’ olive oil? We went out for a nice dinner on the Piazza near our hotel. We ordered our usual, pizza and pasta and had one more bottle of wine for good measure. We put our new wine tasting skills to good use and pretended to know what we were doing when the waitress opened the bottle and let us taste it. Yep, tastes good to ...