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... them oh....and hi to Per and Ragnhild.
Also, I must mention our dear friend Rob S who was struck down by a stroke almost 2 years ago, and with whom we had planned to do some sailing of the Med - hope all is well.
... wooden trusses. The paintings and tapestries were in excellent condition. The Colonel and I are becoming fat alcoholic church lovers!!! Back to the hotel after a walk around the town with it's narrow cobbled streets and old archways with the quaint little shops. Out to dinner(again, how I crave for an Erin salad).this time down to a cavern type restaurant where we had a pasta making demonstration before a another 4 course meal and all the wi e that you van drink. The ...
... that the swimming pool is shut (as is the disco but that’s not such a bad thing) and the campsite is busy, especially as today is a public holiday in Italy, Republic Day, celebrating the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946. Most Italians are making the most of a long weekend. The campsite is also hosting two sets of German teenagers on their school trip along with the usual Dutch and German contingent. We ...
... for a while and have coffee before leaving. We put our next destination into the GPS and it takes us past a huge lake. We park beside the lake and go for a walk. We then decide to have lunch in a cafe right on the waters edge. Boys had pizza and the girls pasta. Went for a stroll through the town and then set off for Pianza which is on the top of a mountain. On the way. We detour into a town called "?????? . This is where there was thermal springs. It is also where ...
Today Joy, Devon, Tom, Mike and I decided to brave the inclement weather and explore one of the other hill top towns in the area. We chose Pienza. Very small town compared to Sienna. It started raining as soon as we got there so Mike and I ducked in and out of shops - and buying souvenirs and gifts of course. We made it to the duomo ...