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... difference between Italians and Americans is the age in which children are expected to move out. Giuseppe mentions that it was hard for him to understand why, at the age of 18, American families wanted their teenagers out of the house. In Italy, children usually stay at home well into adulthood, often until they are married. He also mentions the cultural differences in youth in terms of alcohol. After visiting Italy and experiencing what would ...
... the mountain square and boarded the gondola with a Canadian couple, who had never been up the mountain so we enjoyed the new views with them. The lady was an ex teacher so of course we chatted about teaching, as you do! Oh on that note .... A side step for my teacher friends - remember way back in the end of August I mentioned the teacher strike. Well after 30 days, talks between the union and government, took a turn and a deal was made. The government offered a deal over 6 years ...
... we unloaded the RV and into her garage. We then piled into her house and made ourselves quite at home. After crepes for breakky, Liana headed into town to pick up Anson who had dropped the RV off to get the brakes fixed. Rachel and I looked after the three kiddos and had a blast. Once the kiddos where in bed, we all chilled inside on our various technological devices :) by 3ish, Anson had an answer back from the service centre in regards to ...
... extra straps available to borrow, which I readily obtain. It’s all good.
Lee and Kathy score a room at the rear of the ferry, with a window: Kathy is visibly relieved that they are close to an exit door that leads right to the rear or the boat, which will help if she has a return of sea-sickness. Carolyn and I have a room on the interior of the boat; no window, but two bunks, a private bath - plenty good enough, as we hope to spend all of our waking hours on ...
... the campfire? Yummy! And the final leg to our goal of reaching Bellingham, WA, halfway point of the continental US road trip. What can I say about driving right through downtown Seattle? I want to move there! Huge evergreen trees, massive bodies of water, mountains on either side......beautiful. And while we are here in the great northwest, there is a heat advisory. No rain like we had expected, but instead temperatures roaring up to 90. ...
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