Chiusi and Porchetta Day 4


Day four blog post:

Chiusi was the place of today’s case. Though it is no Florence in regards to architecture or size, Chiusi, formerly a Roman Resort town, proudly displays a museum of equal caliber. The pieces were as pristine and diverse as it gets. From Unmatched Corinthian vases flaunting the best designs, to an in-depth look into corridor tombs and their stunning contents.  Through painfully annoying questions, Mr. Carroll holds our proverbial hand as we plunge deeper into Archeology.

For the latter part of the day we played in the pool and played Ping-Pong. We have grown closer as friends, getting to know and accept each other’s “quirks”. Thus far Mr. Carroll’s patience has held, barely.



Edit- Mr. Carroll’s patience is doing fine


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