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... and not just bread. The accommodation was a little bit far out of town centre, off the beaten track for a few kilometres up a dirt road in a bush, nice to be away from the city. The accommodation was great, cute little cottage 3 bedrooms with a communal swimming pool, laundry, solarium and stunning views of the city. The owner Gino couldn't speak English so proved very challenging ended up a bit like a game of charades. We are lucky one of the girls ...
... you in the sun!
We paused halfway through the day for lunch, picking up prosciutto panini, fresh pecorino cheese and tuscan black olives, which we ate in the shade on the church steps. Church steps make great place for picnic - they are always available, usually shady and the stone is nice and cool to sit on. Bonus: no one looks at you funny for doing, either, as often there are Italians doing the same next to you!
... with your help." He closed the show with Nessun Dorma. Both Howard and I were wiping away tears. All three of us loved the show.
It takes about an hour to file out of the theater, get onto a bus and get back to our car. We have about a 2-1/2 hour drive back to the villa. Howard becomes Italian and drives super fast on the completely dark highway. My knuckles are white when we arrive safely at 3:02 pm.
... be having an antique festival in the main square. So there were tons of stands set up selling antiques, wine, olive oil, crafts, snacks, you know the normal fair stuff. We got a huge bag of sun dried tomatoes, some olive oil made at a farm nearby, and a bag of sweet wafers that tasted an awful lot like the sweet wafer taco things we liked a lot in Thailand. Instead of going out to dinner we got a huge ...
... taste of gelatos. Bomb! When getting to the Piazza we were informed that the real event wasn't until the next day so we watched the flag barriers practice their routine. We then headed over the market where we did a lot of seeing and walking. The market was huge! I don't think i got to see everything. We then headed back down one of the main streets and stopped at a cheese store. The smell was horrible so I headed outside where ...