Sorry nothing got in here last night, internet keeled over again.
Not too much to report anyway, though; yesterday was a really nice day, and I was still pretty attached to being lazy, so I just went for a walk through the center of town and then down by the river.
And, although I had money on me and would have been inclined to part with it had I met with something pretty, it stayed strictly a walk because yesterday was a Monday. Monday, in Florence, is the day of the week for the half of the city that didn’t shut down on Sunday to finally do so — so you step out to try to go somewhere or do something, and niente.
But as I said, yesterday was a very pleasant day regardless, and today I think I’m going to attempt to make it into the Uffizi Gallery on my fancy museum pass. After that…we’ll see what it feels like a day for : )
Also, just a heads up: if blog updates thin out a little over the next couple days, that will be because I am (finally) updating that student resources page.
P.S. — This ties in with absolutely nothing, but did you know that being in another country makes your internet automatically present itself in that country’s language? So that if, for example, you go to look up the trailer for the “Avengers” movie, you will always get the Italian version first?
It is also important to note that Italians prefer dubbing to subtitles. And that, for someone who is already familiar with
the actors‘ Samuel L. Jackson’s voice, this is hilarious.