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... yogurt tasted very different then what you buy at the store and with the added honey, this was the perfect way to end our meal. Just as we were finishing our lunch, a bus load of American tourists arrived so we said our thanks and goodbye and left Pienza and headed to Siena before the new group settled in. The only thing louder then an Italian is an American in Italy!! To quote my son “Everybody Run!”
We found Siena ...
... been all that fresh sea air and sunshine! Not a sound can be heard from the town. It is really very quiet.
It’s now 10.30pm and as I sit here typing todays entry with the door to the balcony wide open. I can hear the sound of children’s voices together with the clanging of cutlery on plates, but
even louder are the frogs. Hang on….someone has just broken out into a verse of ...
It's not the birds that wake you up here (I haven't heard any in this camp) but the noise of the cicada's. Jim and I packed up our camp and organized breakfast and waited around the pool for Derek and Ros to pack up. Turns out the car battery is completely flat. By the time they had packed up, made lunch and had more swims it was the 2pm designated leaving time from camp. We gave the car a push start and headed into Florence ...
... our goodbye's to Ronald and Hazel, who we will be staying with at the end of July! We made a stop at our local supermarket PAM on the way home and Rose cooked us a beautiful risotto for dinner. I will sign off now as we have a few of you privileged readers lined up for a Skype session. We have a boat trip lined up for tomorrow which will take us around Portovenere and the Cinque Terre for the day. Ariverderci (Goodbye) Love to all - Brendan and Lauren ...
... was fresh made pasta with pesto sauce (this region is known for focaccia and pesto) which was delicious, followed by a caprese salad with buffalo milk mozzarella which was also delicious and fresh. At this restaurant, everyone's meal is followed by a bottle a free liquor, and we got limoncino which is a traditional Italian after-dinner drink. It tasted like Sweet Tarts and our waiter and another sat down with us and drank too. I am still shocked by what you can get away with here as ...