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... my identification. I give her my Repubblica Italiana Tessera Sanitaria card, my public health system access card. And no, the sanitaria bit is not an indication of my mental health. (In New Zealand sanatoriums were places the medical profession put people who were a risk to themselves or others because of their mental health … or lack of …) The woman seems pleased at this and, taking it, goes away again.
In the 4-5 minutes she is away this time I ...
... it in the hight of summer with boats on the lake & all the beautiful people sipping their macchiatos on the tree lined shore. We dropped our beaut little car off the afternoon, safe & sound. It has served us well the little Merc A180. Over 3000km, through all the traffic, tiny little "streets " that were never designed with a car in mind, busy ...
... side. Yes, Kinder are one of the common brands. I bought one a while back to have a look and it closely … No, it wasn’t about the chocolate. I bought another today that I’ll eat … on Sunday I guess. To read more about Italian Easter eggs, see http://www.explore-italian-culture.com/ easter-egg-tradition.html and ...
... pickers inside with workmen cleaning the internal columns. The entire cathedral is clad in marble, and we can attest to that, having walked up the 250 steps to the galleries at the top of the structure and seen that even the roof tiles are sheets of marble. Absolutely amazing engineering for the times –considering the building was begun back in 1356. lding surrounding the mahtill under way with tons of scaffolding Many of the external statues on the ...
... did not buy the museum tickets since we were done with museums by then.
For lunch, we went to this small hole-in-the-wall sandwich shop that was recommended by our host, C'era una Volta una Piada. No one speaks English there so you have to order in Italian. Their menu is listed on the walls and it gets crowded. We ordered our sandwiches and wine and enjoyed our time eating.
Soon after, ...