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Daniel Buren @ Galleria Continua, San Gimignano

The show features a considerable number of old works, displayed in the gallery’s first floor exhibition spaces, and a new, large-scale piece which the artist has conceived specially for the stalls area of the former cinema and theatre. 310 more words


Under The Tuscan Sun

Last weekend my Clemson roommate, Laura, came to visit from Spain. We spent Thursday and Friday walking around Florence and I got to show her the city. 534 more words

Study Abroad

How to drink water like a Roman

In restaurants, frizzante or gassate.  (If you want to skip the bubbles, order acqua naturale.)

On the streets, from fountains.  No joke.  Unless otherwise labeled, the fountains here all contain potable water.  385 more words


4 Cities, 1 Weekend

Ciao miei amori!

This past weekend I was lucky enough to have traveled to four different cities within Italy. On Saturday I went to Siena & San Gimignano, and Sunday to Lake Granada & Verona.  613 more words

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On A Weekend In Roma

I will premise this blog post with an apology for being M.I.A from my blog for the past two weeks. Among classwork picking up and traveling more, I haven’t been able to find the time to just sit in my bed with my computer and camera and write about my time abroad. 1,575 more words

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San Gimignano - Italy (von DanJLove) via Tumblr

via Love Nature & Wildlife.

Astonishing Landscapes: Nature and City San Gimignano – Italy (von DanJLove) via Tumblr

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Time in Tuscany

The time since my last post has consisted of some great experiences, generally accented in beautiful views. I have traveled to the historic town of San Gimignano, which streets seemed preserved in its ancient ways. 610 more words