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... felt like the boys during the war must have felt when a parcel arrived from "home". The pictures say it all! Thanks Dad. Note, Dad even sent peanut butter in both styles, smooth and crunchy! He must have picked up on my "severity of situation" because postage cost, sit down all, $95.70....I owe you big time Dad!
" No greater love hath a father for his daughter"! Only took eleven days to ...
... and shoe shop..thinking of the difficulty in transportation. I do wish now, I did at least step inside!!
The Cathedral is at the highest point on top of this hill and not only oversees the city below, the view of the region is worth the meander. It had been drizzling earlier in the day and hence our wet weather gear was out for the first time. However, it didn't restrict us at all and made the ascent easier as it was cool.
... teachers wandered into the piazza. Followed shortly after by civic officials, flags, banner and wreaths.
As luck would have it, just outside the hairdressers, there is a plague erected on the wall, commemorating "Panicale's fallen" during First and Second World Wars
When the officials arrived they all gathered in front of this plague, right outside the hairdresser's!
Of course, we couldn't understand the words but certainly ...
... from a distance. Let me say this Craig is great at helping me achieve all my little goals/adventures and things to find in Italy. We did stop at Pienza, which was truly delightful – almost a little Pistoia with a lovely city square, great views and beautiful streets to amble down. A good village to live in we thing – easy parking, clean and friendly. We made contact with Silvia and then drove on to Ambra. This is the town we lived in for a week 6 years ago. Silvia ...
November 3, 2014
After breakfast at the Hotel Picchio we took the funicular back up to Orvieto. I received an annoying email this morning telling us that we had stuffed something up on our Teacher Registration Board forms – so thank goodness I am over organized and did two copies. We filled in the spare one again and went and lined up at the Post office to try to get registered post. Whilst we are having a holiday we ...