Duchessa Isabella Hotel
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... a week ago they had just started hanging Christmas lights up which was beautiful. We tried to cram a lot into two full days of sight seeing and two half days. It was really nice and except for the mornings of the last 2 days it didn't rain that much on us. God has relly blessed us with great weather for sight seeing on this trip. Karly and I have started to really be ready to come home in ...
... he didn't turn up the heat for us and we froze the first night. And the building was old and beautiful, but loud. There was a restaurant next door and we shared a wall and could hear every glass clinking all night.
Despite that, we had a great time. We explored the sights and the university, the oldest in Europe many say (debatable?). But the best was the food tour Deanne booked for us. We splurged and spent ...
... for 8 years
Attended Chiropractic School there
And the conversation soon turned to food and health
But, we are in Bologna so eat as the Bolognans do
She suggests Nonna Rosa's outside the city center
And she reserves a table for us
And we exchange emails
Who knows, maybe we'll meet again someday
At the hotel, the concierge misunderstands and calls
Mama Rosa's for a reservation
All filled he tells us sadly
We have a ...
Our alternate Prague innkeeper, Yuri, younger brother of Jan who had been taking care of us all week, drove us to the airport. Enroute, he told us about housing in Prague.
A HOME IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
The Communist era left it's mark on Prague
A large percentage of it's citizens live in the outskirts of town
In severe multi-story buildings - plain, boxy, impersonal
Before the Revolution, they were far from everything
Now, the new Czech government ...
... herbs, filling honey jars, gathering and cracking open hazelnuts and yet more weeding we have experienced a number of fun and interesting foods and things here in Italy, I can't wait to share all my stories and "good" pictures. :) Although we are enjoying Italy we are ready to come home, God has watched over and blessed us so much on this trip. Please know we miss all of you back home and look forward to coming back to a cold snowy wonderful Idaho in a month! ...