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Florence: you took my breath away 

After three very full days in Rome we moved on to Florence. The train ride there went pretty well because the girls took a nice nap. 313 more words

Moments In Life

ON THIS DAY: September 8, 2016

September 8th is

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses’ Day

Physical Therapy Day

U.N. International Literacy Day

MORE! Michelangelo’s David, Rebranding New Amsterdam, Antonín Dvořák , and DC’s Kennedy Center, click 394 more words


Engels on the exaltation of man

So much is certain: comparative physiology gives one a withering contempt for the idealistic exaltation of man over the other animals. At every step one is forced to recognise the most complete uniformity of structure with the rest of the mammals, and in its main features this uniformity extends to all vertebrates and even – in a less distinct way – to insects, crustaceans, tapeworms, etc. 145 more words

Dialectical Materialism

A walking tour in Florence

I was invited to take a walking tour in Florence by The Roman Guy, a group doing guided tours of Rome, Venice, Milan and Florence. 900 more words


First-time travelers should go to Italy

Photo by Aaron Cranford

By Aaron Cranford

Unlike other places I have been to, Italy arguably offers more to first-time travelers.

When you travel to a country outside of the U.S. 390 more words


Italy 2015 ~ Florence

We set off on a dreary morning for our daytrip to Florence from our vacation rental, Lucignanello Bandini just outside San Giovanni D’asso.We decided to take the route through the countryside so we could see more of the small towns and villages along the way. 1,235 more words

Travel: ITALY