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... our Berrocas which we'd run out of a few days ago. Walking to the restaurant for lunch reminded me so much of our stay in Monterosso - with lemon trees growing in the gardens. Lunch started with cannelloni, followed by chicken pamagania and finished with the lightest lemon sponge I have ever tasted! We shared the lunch table today with an American couple and a teacher, also from America. They were all lovely and we had a great conversation with them! After lunch we were ...
... the English Inn is no Red Jug from home, but it was definitely an experience trying to use sign language to understand what the customers were trying to order. It was a lot of fun, thanks to my American friends who came out to support me. As long as I’m in town for the weekend, I’ve got a guaranteed gig every Saturday night working with Fabio. The best part? Fabio pays me in free food.
Mom and Dad must be so proud.
... was mustard, but the host threw me off by including ranch and salsa as condiment options. Jason and I can eat ranch and salsa on cereal, so it had to be one of those. Jason was asked by the host, "What did your wife say is your favorite condiment?" I was facing the audience with my butt cheeks in a tight squeeze because I KNEW we were going to get this one, and Jason replied, "Trojan Extra Large." The audience erupted in a loud roar. The host nearly fell off of ...
... of a significant bend in the wheel. It wasn't a problem for the first mile or so, however after that, the road returns to being very VERY uneven cobblestone. Combining these factors with the fact that cars were wizzing by (even when they shouldn’t have been- it was restricted to drive in that area of the park) made for a white-knuckled ride (sans helmet- sorry Mom) that made it very hard to enjoy the scenery. Small aside- in case I haven’t ...
... church because of the close alliances with Arab cultures. Much of the architecture is baroque with a Moorish influence.
The main commerce today for the area is tourism and Lemoncella which is a liquor (30%) made from lemons and is very good!
After the tour we headed back to the restaurant we visited the previous night. The food was excellent again.
So far we are discovering that once out of Rome the cost of ...
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