My Summer Trip to
Italy
By Caitlin Nadeau
This past summer, I spend 11 days
traveling around Italy with a small
group from my high school, led by our
Latin teacher....
We flew into Venice, where we
spent 2 days.
This is the Rialto Bridge
over looking the Grand
Canal.
Unfortunately on the
second day, my camera
died so I have no pictures
to commemorate it.
A gondola ride in the
rain is sur...
Next we explored
Florence.
This is the Duomo, the largest
free standing dome in the
world.
As the home of the Renaissance, there were beautiful sculptures
everywhere.
As we were leaving, we stopped
at a lookout point above the city.
It was
probably one of
the most
beautiful sights
I have ever
seen,
looking out
past this
fake
statue of
David.
The next day we spent 10 hours in the bus on the way to
Sorrento,
so of course, sleeping ensued.
We made a short stop in the hill
town of Siena.
We climbed to the top of that
tower!
The view from the
top was
breathtaking.
Next we traveled to the
island of Capri.
After a short unexpected
detour to a beautiful
lookout point…
we found our way to the
top of the mountain…
to the Villa Jovis.
This was the home of
the second emperor
Tiberius.
And amazingly, it is fairly
well preserved.
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Italy Trip Part 1

  1. 1. My Summer Trip to Italy By Caitlin Nadeau
  2. 2. This past summer, I spend 11 days traveling around Italy with a small group from my high school, led by our Latin teacher. This was our group: Lora, Mr. Yaggy, myself, Garitt, and Gretja.
  3. 3. We flew into Venice, where we spent 2 days. This is the Rialto Bridge over looking the Grand Canal.
  4. 4. Unfortunately on the second day, my camera died so I have no pictures to commemorate it. A gondola ride in the rain is surprisingly fun.
  5. 5. Next we explored Florence. This is the Duomo, the largest free standing dome in the world.
  6. 6. As the home of the Renaissance, there were beautiful sculptures everywhere.
  7. 7. As we were leaving, we stopped at a lookout point above the city.
  8. 8. It was probably one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen, looking out past this fake statue of David.
  9. 9. The next day we spent 10 hours in the bus on the way to Sorrento, so of course, sleeping ensued.
  10. 10. We made a short stop in the hill town of Siena. We climbed to the top of that tower!
  11. 11. The view from the top was breathtaking.
  12. 12. Next we traveled to the island of Capri.
  13. 13. After a short unexpected detour to a beautiful lookout point…
  14. 14. we found our way to the top of the mountain… to the Villa Jovis.
  15. 15. This was the home of the second emperor Tiberius. And amazingly, it is fairly well preserved.

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