Camping Village Il Poggetto
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... and then the top card of the deck popped a good 5-10 cm off the deck, he caught the card and of course, it was the bent, ace of spades..... Yeah we were gob smacked as well! We were entertained by this guy for hours and just had a blast trying to communicate with them and explain what we all did, where we were from, and where we were going and begging for more tricks. One of the most simple but best nights out yet. Well goodbye for now as I am going to start studying to be a magician!! Much love ...
Man! They really like to ring those big bells! Seems like at random times too. 7am to start the day, a big show at 7:30 to make sure you are up, then back to the usual at 8. Getting used to it now. Don't even hear the :30 ring. Noon is the biggest with different size bells creating a cascade effect. This little town is really clean and healthy looking for its age. The bus stop was right outside the entrance to the town so we ...
... there) to the central market which i can equate to st.Lawrence market with fresh produce..pasta, fish, veggies, mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, cheese, balsamic vinegar, meats ( including beef brains, tongue, tripe, hooves, chickens, ducks, ...almost makes me want to become a vegetarian! It was to delicious so we picked up lunch! so ed got a fresh seafood platter and the boys got the usual..pasta and i got a rice ball! All was ...
... he's a Democrat.
For dinner, we took the bus back to the Ponte Vecchio and then walked near the Cathedral and had dinner at Canto De Nelli. I had spelt soup which was good but the roast chicken and potatoes for an entree were just ok. Also, it didn't help that the red wine we had wasn't the best either.
Oh well, lots more cafes in Florence but we have only 1 more day before we leave on Sunday.
... must say is doing an amazing job attempted to ask for an umbrella in Italian, hand gestures and the spanish way of saying it. Finally Tony got it and says, "oh, umbrello!" Sometimes things are a lot simpler than you think. We did our lunch shopping before catching the train in so we could avoid the expensive prices which turned out to be a good idea. When we got there we rushed off the train into the terminal with our borrowed 'umbrello' and were very glad that we had it. By ...