Art Series - The Olsen
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... enjoyed putting together some reflections on each day's travel in this blog. (I do miss writing those school newsletter pieces.) The other thing is, even though we have had a TV in each of the rooms we have hardly ever turned it on, (the fact that I don't speak Italian or Greek is a drawback) and having the blog to write each night and to look at the photos Chris has taken, really topped off the day for us. Another great thing was reading ...
... Huntsman spider under one which gave everyone a start.
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