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We've had the most wonderful afternoon taking cooking lessons from two delightful ladies, Tita (from Perugia) and Nonie (from New York). This is taken from umbriacooks4u website:
Umbriacooks4u grew out of our longtime friendship, which began in 1974 at the University of Perugia, capital of Italy’s Umbrian Region. We are Nonie, a native New Yorker who finds great joy in entertaining, and Tita, a native of Umbria who loves to cook. In ...
... to protect the crowd. And there were 2 horses which we presumed were there to round up the bulls in case they made a run for it.
Significant time was spent by each team firstly having their procession. Then warming up; sprints. Jogs. More sprints. Stretching. We were impressed. Some of the team were less, how shall I say, fit than others and their sprints were more like jogs and their jogs like fast walks but still, they were out ...
... of all ages were up on the dancefloor (aka the outdoor soccer pitch) doing the waltz, quick step, tango and rumba to a full band. Delightful to watch. The lessons that Andrew and I took a few years ago didn't quite allow us to join in but as the festival goes for 10 days, we might get up the courage to hide in the middle and shuffle along! We wondered where the other entertainment was that was also listed on the programme and as we were ...
1. For some reason Richard had wanted to pop in here - we had debated whether we would - totally glad we did. 2. Being quite amazed as we drove in at the size of the church do Assisi and the town perched on the top of a hill (now there is a surprise!). 3. The contrast between the simplicity of Assisi (giving everything up for the poor) and the scale of the church built in his "honour" 4. Our crazy GPS leading us along some tiny narrow lanes just to get out of Assisi to the main road ...
... thongs for a travel day with a stop by a lake. Now when we went to go in she needed to wrap her scarf around like a skirt (she has learned to carry it at all times). It was beautiful in its simplicity. The white stone walls commanded awe and wonder. It was not as highly decorated as the other churches we have seen. I guess that is fitting given that St Frances renounced possessions and took a vow of poverty. Richard had wanted to visit Assisi ...