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... ready with a question
Destined to meet they were
Took lots of pix - kissing, hugging, stairing into each other's eyes
Boy did we feel like the old married couple
Wonder where the honeymoon will be?
Natasha has bought nothing in Italy so far
Johnny has bought 2 suits and a bunch of other stuff
And today? A baseball cap and a magnum of
Super Tuscan Wine
You get all that back
When you are away from your own home and in the midst of an entirely different style of life, until you can separate your own cultural predispositions and natural tendencies from those that you see, you won't be able to recognize the subtle details of the culture around you. The majority of people back home that I know would be quick to dismiss anyone for sitting around a table and sniffing red wine for hours at a time and ...
... the shopping centre in the train station to check out the shops. There was a huge store similar to Domayne but other than that not much of interest.We got some more tissues and cold water at the supermarket for the day. We headed back up the mountain of escalators and travellators to the top. We went back to our room before heading back out. We had to get our bags and phones, we had left them to charge. The train station is only a minute walk from us.
We got on the ...
... and thinking that 8.30am was a little early to taste wine explored the little village where the previous night we had shopped for supplies. Locating a typical Italian bar, come coffee shop, we took part in the great Italian tradition of coffee at the bar with a Panini or cake ( well some of us did have cake , not me ) we had between the four of us 6 cups of coffee , pot of tea , two panini and two dolce (cakes) and the total cost was €13 how good ...
... most likely thanks to the invention of the assembly line. America would not tolerate such brazen atrocities. Not the civilization that abides and supports hours of waiting for a 2 minute roller coaster or days of camping out for a new gadget. I can't really fathom how the italians survive without the basic knowledge that waiting your turn will give you the right to your pumpkin spice latté. Maybe its just our American impatience.