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Oct. 18, 2023 | Posted in Senza categoria , | Tags:, Reporter: | Course: Jewelry Making

Jewelry Making One-Year Course (#4) – Riho A.

Jewelry Making blog The main way to get around the Dolomiti was by bus. However, it was difficult because they didn’t show up on time and I had to book tickets online. However, the local hotel staff and cafe staff were very kind, offering directions and offering a slightly cheaper rate.
Jewelry Making blog I don’t see cows up close in my daily life, so I took a photo of them.
Jewelry Making blog I went to see the Dolomites in South Tyrol. These rocky mountains were everywhere, and it felt quite impressive. The restaurant menu was written in German (main language) and Italian.
Jewelry Making blog I went to the precious stone processing museum. Minerals are cut and combined to recreate patterns and landscapes.
Jewelry Making blog I went to Lake Misurina. Before arriving, I almost felt sick due to the sharp curves on the mountain road, but I was able to arrive as planned.
Jewelry Making blog I ordered antipasti for dinner. It was quite delicious.
Jewelry Making blog A desk made of precious stones. The pattern of the desk is reflected on the ceiling.
Jewelry Making blog There were many lakes in the Dolomiti. Each lake has a different atmosphere, so I enjoyed it.
Jewelry Making blog There is a huge difference in elevation, so even the places I saw in the photos were surprisingly steep and difficult.
Jewelry Making blog I like the design. I’d like to buy something like this as a souvenir, but the price is so high that I can’t afford it.


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