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... to put her feet up. A visit to the museum was on the afternoon agenda which is housed in the castle it was interesting how many paintings of Madonna & Child can be housed in one place. The most impressive parts were the original wall decorations and the walk around part of the castle walls with great views
of the town in the evening light. She was pleased to be back to check on the patient once more and put her feet up after so many stairs.
... so (L-R) we are me, Dario, Alex, and Alice, with Bernard and Justin in back. A wonderful bunch of people who were so much fun to spend a month with!
Later, everyone but Dario and Alice joined a couple of students from the other class and me at a restaurant for a lovely "farewell" dinner. There I learned, among other things, that Justin is a Franciscan, not Buddist, priest. What are the odds that two of six students would be Catholic ...
... us to listen and attempt to match what we heard with what we read. Before the movie, the instructor (a cute young woman named Frederica) put several words on the board (idraulico/plumber, detective, autobus, pane/bread, tulipani/tulips, marito/husband, casalinga/housewife, etc) that were related to the movie and asked us to come up with a story that would include them. Having seen the moving already, it was fun to listen to the others come up with various outlandish and ...
... SOMETHING not a breath of wind or swimming in the sea (don't get me started on this science lesson)
DAY 8 we departed the lovely Napoleon Hotel in San Remo in the rain enroute towards Padova/Slovenia then Hungary.
But first a short stop in Imperia at the famous Olive Oil factory and Museum...where yes I did have several 'shots' of chilli olive oil and we all sampled many ...
... hence the accent and mini backpack) since they talk to me in Italian and I only slipped once with an old lady in the museum who spoke so fast I didn't get her exact meaning. We figured it out in Italglish, and it was all fine. Tomorrow, the Naval Museum's Ships Pavillion, and I'll see if I can get into the Basilica without waiting for hours, since my train to Verona and the Aïda Opera leaves around 5 pm! Venezia, molto bella, but me gotta go!