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... internet connection on his iPad. The rest of us decide to have coffee while we wait. By the time he is back (successfully) we finish our coffee and the weather is fine again. We head home, with another stop at the supermarket and are home in time to enjoy a lovely Tuscan sunset. Dinner is delicious pasta a la Wendy, with apple tart, ice cream, raspberries and blackberries. Very good! Not too late tonight as we need to be up early tomorrow for ...
... we had dinner at a little local place called Pecora Nera (The Black Sheep). It is a little restaurant that employs and supports the Down syndrome community. It is a non profit organization and all the money made, goes into training and supporting people with Down Syndrome and equipping them with the skills to work and live independently. The restaurant itself was very sweet with bright colours and little cartoon sheep everywhere. The food was very traditional an we had pasta ...
Our favorite way to get introduced to a city is the "hop on/hop off" bus, we love It! The best part is you hit all the highlights and then can go back and see the things you are REALLY interested in. We woke up and headed out to the bus stop. The lady at the front desk directed us to the hoho bus stop and told us we needed to pick it up at the tower. Off we go through back alleys, large roads and stores of all kind (shoes and purses, shoes and purses...) in a very ...
... the medicine Jen needed, and it was there. Hooray!! I accomplished a simple social interaction in a foreign land. Lawrence of Arabia here I come! The walk back to the rally point was uneventful with one exception. As I departed the store there was a young couple with an adorable little fluffball of a puppy. I asked "two months?" and the man said, "Si, si two mons." I wish I hjad snapped a pic he was cute.
... right direction, and this last in a long line of happy accidents led
us to a charming Italian town where we stopped for lunch. The road
was ace, twisting through the hills of a national park, Christina
agreed, but only after a few travel sickness tablets!
We eventually arrived at what must be
the best piece of P.R. Work ever. The Italians have managed to turn a
monumental (literally) building cock up into a world famous tourist
attraction. I ...