Monday, May 28, 2012

Photo Blog Entry: Verona

Photos of our first day in Verona.

Photos of our first day in Verona.

Verona0.jpg Milan Train Station

Verona1.jpg Scenic View of Verona


Verona6.jpg Group visit to the Museo Archeologico

Verona4.jpg Piazza Erbe, there were numerous street vendors in the middle of the piazza

Verona2.jpg Professor Ballarini's Seminar in Hotel Giberti Conference Room

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