IL VECCHIO MANDORLO
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... has it or if it is just given an honourable mention. I have come to realize... it really doesn't matter since our favourite restaurant so far didn't have either!
After a bite (or more) to eat we walked the grounds and discovered many kinds of fruit trees including passion fruit and papaya and of course there were also olives. We found a small chapel, a rose garden with a lovely fountain, a beautiful pool overlooking the ...
I walked right up to the edge of the cliff, took a few deep
breaths, lifted my arms into a V shape, and fell. I felt the drop in the gut,
the bright terror, and the exhilaration of free falling into a foreign culture
without much insulation, only minimal plans, and even less language
This past week I seemed to have thudded to a stop, feeling
the tear of a sharp branch or two on the way down, and the ...
... from thinking about food at all. There are several groups coming through while I am here so I am meeting folks from all over the world. And art is the central topic so conversation is delightful.
The most exciting and surprising aspect has been the day trips I was invited on. This first group was small so there was room in the van for me to tag along. First we visited two small towns nearby: Chiusi and Panacale. Yesterday I was thrilled to ...
Caught the 11am train from Fabro to Rome. Walked through part of the city to lunch and then on to the Trevi fountain... Which was under construction!! Disappointing. Then after much confusion with transport we made it to the war cemetary to see the grave of mums uncle (died age 21 after ...
... a day; some shops only open in the morning, others are only open for 3 or 4 days per week. Wanting to buy a few things, but needing to kill a few hours, we drove to Lake Bolsena about 20km away until the shops opened again. Lake Bolsena is another small but perfectly formed town with a castle and delightful square. We stopped by the lake and admired the view and then walked in to town, through the square and up steep stairs past the castle. Today’s outing was ...