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... 8217;t go inside. A lot of Italy certainly goes home for lunch until 3 pm. Arezzo is also known as the city of art and it had a lot of lovely jewellery shops to look at. So we drove back home to Ambra – but along the way we stopped to look at the Arezzo War Cemetery. A lot of soldiers died here in World War 2. This was an English cemetery but still well kept and a good honour to those who ...
... a deep sleep. Her features were relaxed as she slept, although her small mouth was still slightly arched, offering a premonition of a smile.
Leonardo had stayed awake to study her in the glimmering light of the oil lamp. After a long time, begging the last drop of wine to give him the strength he need d, he left the bed: despite the weariness he felt, he had to capture that divine expression at all costs.
Using the sheets of paper Lisa kept on her ...
... Was lovely! And you could tell the group were starting to relax! Next stop was lunch at a butchers shop and restaurant called ?? In ??. Had to go us windy roads to get there so had amazing views. We're given a glass of red wine when we arrived and there were meaty snacks to try. Sat on the terrace to have our meat feast! Made our own salad dressings and had course after course-plus more red wine! Next ...
... GPS didn’t understand what I meant to enter in it (even though I KNEW where I wanted to go!!!) – but it was a fun 15 k drive over a scenic mountain range)to a bunch of high end outlet stores. We’re talking Prada, Yves St Laurent, Gucchi etc etc.
Because of our longer than expected trip we only had about 55 minutes until closing time and Glenda was a bit stressed that she wouldn’t have enough time. That was until we got to the first ...
... with long lenses and even a model shoot.
As the daylight was waning and we had 85 km to drive home, we headed north via some winding roads, some four lane highways and arrived back home about 1900. Since things seem to happen in threes we witnessed , close to home, yet another car collision. We were thankful to arrive safely.
Tomorrow we plan to do laundry and finalize the quest for "the shoes".