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... from these events as the churches are really small and taking photos is not allowed as it will disturb the horse. If you do want to see it, find a contrada that does the blessing outdoors. It is a very serious event and we were lucky to witness how the local citizens experience and celebrate on this special day of the year. All were gearing up for this big event with banners, flags and all the seating set up. After the tour we had lunch overlooking the Palazzo IIl Campo and then ...
... or Friday 22nd August 2014. If things go to plan, then I will have completed my Via Francigena pilgrimage either 9 or 10 days earlier than I first imagined, and I will get to spend my birthday in and around the Vatican City. What a great present that will be!!
I hope I'm not tempting fate talking this way, so please continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers. I also need prayers that my boots will hold out a bit longer (see photo).
... of cocoa butter shaving foam and 10- of a 12-pack of plastic razors. Que faire?
I better close this entry now to allow me time to finish my washing and to take a final wander round the streets in the rubberised gardening shoes I've not yet managed to replace. Schhh, don't say anything, but maybe I could give them as a souvenir to one of my brothers when I return home.
Ciao, Giacomo (pronounced jack-amo).
I'd been looking forward to today. I’d wanted to visit Tuscany for ages, and luckily a very good old (as in number of years known, not age!) friend Claire is also going on holiday there this summer, so I was able to use all her valuable research and take the easy route in just going where she recommended! It all worked out well, so big shout out to Claire!!
Of course, it wasn’t as easy as just get in the car and go. Oh no, Dub life is not that ...
... from our first dinner in town, invited us into the restaurant for lunch.
We sat and enjoyed the typical 2 hour Italian lunch. Jason had ravioli and I enjoyed a wonderful tonno salad. After our bellies were full we ventured back to Casa Elisa and sat in the kitchen for awhile and watched Morrow prepare everything for our Tuscan Thanksgiving.
Jason and I took a little afternoon siesta and prepared ...