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... we were served the chocolate cake! WOW. I don't think that we could have come close to bettering it previously, but I guarantee you we learnt as much as possible while there! Practice will make perfection!
To top it off we were also served the house limoncello too! Amazing.
By this time, the wine had ensured that Emma's ear had stopped bothering her quite so much, but I refused to believe that it was better, and we headed into Castiglione Del Lago where there was ...
... about a family who gave up sugar for a year. A whole year! And not just your normal fizzy cans of coke and smarties, but any form of sugar…..no cake, no bread, no glazed cooked meats, no sauces, no mayonnaise, no biscuits, no ice cream, no wine…you get the picture! It followed on from the last book I read about the evils of sugar called “Sweet Poison” by David Gillespie, and excellent read and food ...
... I wandered into the reception to ask how much they were…and came back with a free hire bike! Only problem was I’m **** on a bike….and these ones have no gears! I’d like to think after all these years I can still surprise Lyn….and tonight I did, as he knows how much I hate bikes. We went back over the first couple of miles that he had ridden (rode?) earlier. We went near the lake and saw the back of some ...
Actually, we did the highs first. We drove to a town called Gubbio, inland from us (back towards Perugia really), where we tried out their "cable car". These consist of small cages, each containing a maximum of two people, that go up the side of the mountain to a basilica at the top.
Fortunately the weather started out well, so despite the odd spot of rain, there was little or no wind, and jumpers were enough to keep us comfortable! ...
... while Lyn did all the outside work, then when Tegz and I were all showered the Dub was ready, he could nip down the shower warm up then jump in the van and drive off. Lyn did all this in pouring rain and everything went into white recycling bags, to dry out in the arid air and heat of southern Italy !
He managed to easily get the Dub off the soaking grass, whilst doing a 3 point turn (many cars were getting stuck but we have 4 ...