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... the bus back, and maintenance set about checking the diesel leak. Sure enough it was the lift pump that had failed again. It had only lasted for 6 months and 8,000 miles, that's not very good. Fortunately it's not a big job and didn't take too long. A quick check and yes we were totally leak free, but there was still a strong smell of diesel.
After tea we looked for places to stay close to Florence before settling down for another cold ...
... and also took Catherine as her confirmation name. I would guess that it holds special meaning for her! In Michaels words, the sanctuary is a small humble chapel, peaceful and special. There was also a chapel room across the way with raised platforms and a walkway around it to protect the very old floor. It is decorated beautifully but obviously no pictures are allowed. So far this is one of my favourite churches.
Our next stop is the San ...
... which was bitey and tangy, but still smooth. Then he asked whether we would like to try some salami, and (although of course we were going to say a bit “yes please”) we had no time to answer before he had selected a salami from the roof and was cutting some slices up for us. But then he stopped us rather emphatically with a - “don’t eat that until you have tried THIS!” as he cut off two slabs off what looked like might have been a whole marinated pig ...
Last weekend was really nice! Friday we all took a day to decompress, it was nice to get completely settled in and prepare for the week ahead. At midnight on Friday I rang in my birthday watching Anastasia (yes the cartoon) with some friends which was perfect! On Saturday we went back to Arezzo for the Antique Fair, the have it there the first weekend of every month and it was soooo interesting to see all the stuff!! The fair took over almost all of ...
... its original medieval towers and city wall. It looked really old. The one gelato shop was supposed to be "the best." Alina and I walked to it with Professor Del Duca, and he had a huge pocket full of change he wanted to get rid of, so he bought us our gelato. I tried the strawberry, which was phenomenal. We then went to climb the tallest tour. It cost 4 Euro, but the views were absolutely breathtaking. ...