Ospitalita Rurale L'Uccelliera
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... Stevie Wonder started between 30 and 60 min late, so we were able to have a leisurely dinner before going in for the Backstreet Boys. It was fun. The city was a seething mass of (younger) people, all singing along to the songs, and on occasion, even drowning out the band. Those in the cheap seats kept moving around, time out for drinks, catching up with friends, just being there. We listened and ...
... We lucked out with no rain while we ate outside. Returning to continue our walk around the wall, we could see the clouds moving in again. At the next walkway down, we needed the restroom so, we made a stop at the visitor center (which had some interesting, self-cleaning, pay toilets...).
While in the Visitor's Center, it started to rain again. We waited out the hardest part of the storm but soon decided to carry ...
climbing you have to leave your bags can only take a camera. It's so
weird walking up the tower one side is easy and the other side is hard.
You really notice the lean as you walk but when you get to the top it
doesn't feel like it's on a lean quite strange . Beautiful view and they
have six large bells all carved and engraved.
When you walk
down and come out its a really strange feeling. Of ...
... around in a merc our Echo will take some getting used to. Fabrizio suggests a detour to see the birth town of Andrea Bocelli and the open air theatre that has been created for an annual concert. As we arrive I play Romanza on the iPad to create atmosphere. The theatre is nothing much to look at but we make the appropriate noises. I'm sure it looks impressive on the night. A short while later we ...
... raining since October, and they are hoping for summer weather. Because the weather wasn't conducive to a walk, we went back to Cristina's and the kids played inside for a while. They are so funny, how they just have fun even though they don't share a language! Cristina made me Italian coffee and biscuits while we chatted about travel, food, customs and stereotypes. Her husband came home briefly, but was on his way to a conference in Vienna. We met in Barcelona because ...