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... our books, it was time to put on sunscreen and abandon all hope of reading. Look out slides, here we come. First up was the pink one. All riders need an inner tube. B and F found a double tube and bravely headed off to the top for the slides (not even a backward glance). Not sure how they managed to organise themselves at the top - this park is strictly self-service - but down they came. Half in, half out, but laughing like hyenas. It looked a little too close to ...
... cooked cherry tomatoes)
Straccetti all’Alloro (Veal Strips with Laurel)
Broccoletti in Forma (Broccoli in a mold)
Tortini Fondenti al Cioccolato (Melting Chocolate Mold)
With Tita and Nonie providing guidance, anecdotes and their experience, we made the dessert first so that it could be frozen before it was cooked. Then, following the order of the menu, we made breads and ...
... the wrong direction – oops! No one gets antsy or upset; other cars just swerve around and go on their way. We realised about 100 metres down the road that it was a one way; sometimes this is difficult to tell when there are 5 exits from a roundabout! Anyway, we parked without further incident and started our walk.
Perugia is a modern town (with a chocolate festival no less!) and music festivals and gorgeous shops and pastry ...
... the road rules and speed limits, unlike the locals!).
The Umbrian countryside truly is spectacular. Tuscany is going to have a lot to live up to by the time we get there. They call Umbria the green heart of Italy, and it is certainly is a paradise for nature buffs. The mountains are magnificent, especially when the tips are bathed in afternoon or evening sunlight. Driving along the curvy roads on our way back to Spoleto each day, the colours of nature shone ...
... quite close to the house and they land with such grace! It seems to me that it is a very peaceful sport.
Another visit to Assisi allowed us to see the town from a different angle. We walked down the hill and into the square to see the Temple of Minerva which has fluted columns and dates from the last quarter of the 1st century. It’s difficult to fathom the age of some stuff. There are also frescoes under an archway and ...