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... was pretty as a picture with the Valley Adige being predominantly horticulture - think Orange on a grand scale. (apples and vines)
We stayed on one night here as a stopover, the old city area is attractive and plenty of activity on the Sunday with everyone out enjoying a beautiful day. Our accommodation was lovely, an old Villa which belonged to some wealthy dude (forgotten the ...
... wifi to check address - somehow, thanks to a nice guy in a vodaphone store (we don't even use vodaphone).OH, and the google controlled heating system in the house in which we are
staying, no prizes for guessing our host is a software programmer, and the two neighbours both of whom are in their 90's who live as Italy was 60 years ago (according to our host). This has been our best stop so far - real north ...
... Day. It is a public holiday in Italy today, Remembrance Day, so lots will be closed. Had breakfast and took the advice of Vittorio the owner and headed to the town of Gubbio. He said it had an old town and interesting architecture. He also told of a man and his relationship with an evil wolf and it is legend in the town, saw statues of it everywhere. If you are interested here is a link I found. http://www.guidetopsychology.com/gubbio .htm Anyway ...
... with us for a fantastic pizza dinner in San Zenone, cousins: Ornella, Paolo, Loriz, Simone, Lerna, Maurizio and Ivano. This was the first time that I have met my cousins Loriz and Simone. After dinner, we went to a TexMex bar for more grappa before calling it a day. This was when Helen acquired the taste for grappa and enjoyed every drop of drinking grappa during the course of the day. A full day of grappa enjoyment indeed!
Today we were supposed to get up early and visit Trevisio. Instead we decided to sleep in and take it easy for the day. We went to Aunt Severina and Uncle Firmino's house for dinner. We dined with my aunt, uncle and cousin (Ivanno) for a couple of hours, and was lucky enough to catch a few minutes with my other cousin (Walter) before he left for the evening. The meal was a superb Italian home cooked dinner, while drinking plenty of homemade Prosecco.