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Today, we ventured out to find the national park in the Abruzzo mountains where there is a walk described as a fairy wonderland. We only have a description and vague location of the trail head, but we were determined to find it! And, we did!
It was a really lovely walk through a gorge and along a river. We only saw a few others along the way, so it was peaceful and quiet ( as quiet as we can be with these children!)
... br> By the time we finished lunch it was fairly late so we were able to score an umbrella and some chairs right on the beach. The kids enjoyed playing in the water. The adults enjoyed that the water is not freezing cold!! :)
After a few hours with each time we decided it was time to head home for our Italian home-cooked dinner.
Tonight will be an early night because tomorrow we have a long day in the car. We don't expect to be home until quite ...
... what things mean. We have very good imaginations!!
Alyssa was pleased to present her tooth to me when she got up this morning. I guess the Italian tooth fairy will be visiting tonight. What do you suppose the Italian tooth fairy leaves for a nice clean tooth? ;)
Because it's Sunday, and we were out late last night, we are mostly chilling today. I'm trying to catch up on the blog, Jackie is doing her thing and, Mary Beth is ...
... is interesting - we are on a narrow, hill, one way street. We have been advised to put a couple of dead plants out in from of our apt. to save our parking space. So, we did this text when we left, but apparently we did not leave enough space for Mary Beth to park our van! Fortunately, she was able to find another space not too far from our apt.
Because there is a big children's festival tonight, we have a rest and dinner ...
After 4 hours and 30 minutes on a super uncomfy bus, I got home!
My dad pick me up in my Italian small car, and I drove manual to my home for the first time after almost a year: it was painful -for the car!- at least until my brain reminded to my left foot and right hand how to coordinate properly.
Since my luggage is ...