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Hi mom!! Haven't had wifi in a while so sorry about the lack of updates. I'm on the train to Rome right now, but have been enjoying myself in Italy thus far. Florence was really great, from the food to the history. I visited several of the cites that are in the book "Inferno" that I read this summer. My friends are sick of me pointing out places that the fictional character, Robert Langdon, trekked through in Florence and Venice. It is a ...
... Ravioli was second course, topped with some zucchini paste and of course lots of Parmesan cheese........
Then the fettuccine with zucchini paste, truss tomatoes and herbs and lasagna was third course,
Marinated chicken and mushrooms was 4 th course, and then we finished up with fresh diced peaches marinated in white wine as dessert.
Boy were we full by the end of that!!! I ...
... at the leathery because V was shopping and wanted to go to a cafe to sit. Only had like an hour left until meeting time at 12;30 at fake David. I bought some postcards Fossil!! Got a new watch strap Bought some scarves 2 for 12 (advertised as 8 euro each). Lady agreed way too quickly. Damn it. Further down the road someone tried to sell me it for 13 euro and then swore at me when I walked away. Lol. But then later I saw the same scarves for 5 ...
... least of which was the dramatic lack of tourists. My speculation is that Italy is getting hammered by the recession nearly as hard as Greece (which was getting wrecked I must reiterate), so what tourists there were chose to stick around Rome and see the big sights rather than take a few extra days to do little day trips like Tivoli. It’s a gamble, but I’d argue the decision was absolutely worth it.
We got back whence we’d ...
... speed cameras etc there is never freeway congestion because they are not forced to travel in "convoy" (ie always at 110 kph as in Qld on our freeways).
We have a lot to learn about traffic management. The Italians also build superb tunnels frequently around 1 to 2 kay in length, fully lit and ventilated.
Their bridges are also 'big' by our standards. When you remember that Italy is a ...