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... I thought it would be too big and touristy, but Lyn thought we just as well as we are here. He parked on the outskirts and we walked in…up some steep roads. I now know why Italian women have such good legs! We were soon in the centre and into the basilica for a wander, before mooching into the main square (very very busy) and then to the duomo which was very pretty. Tegz and I managed to find a Murano glass shop, so she now has her first Murano jewellery. Not expensive ...
... our Thanksgiving meal. Their guests were kind enough to tell us about their time in Rome and suggested places for Jason and I to see when we visit there on Saturday. Time flew by while we enjoyed our cantucci and vin santos, making for another late night. It was great to meet such wonderful people and get a taste of home. This made it much easier to overcome my homesickness and missing out on Thanksgiving with family and friends. ...
... the way to our next destination, we stopped at a little cafe just off the side of the road to have lunch. We were a bit skeptical at first, but the food turned out to be really good. We had lasagne, salad and chips.
Then we headed towards some more hot pools at Bagni San Filippo. We walked down through the bush and trees until we came to an amazing sight of bubbling hot pools, ...
... it was a successful shopping trip!
The drive home was along the SP222 - a very scenic drive and worth the extra time.
Dinner again at the farm 1. Tomato and Olive bruschetta 2. Spiral pasta with sausage and zuccini 3.Slow roasted lamb and potatoes 4. Cheese and honey 5. Biscotti and coffee.
James ate every course - he has even declared that he likes lettuce now - will wonders never cease.
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... as a weapon !) and ended up needing to get stitches when we got to Bologna. Long story short, we found out that Italian hospitals are indeed actually free, and they could care less to see if you have insurance or anything. After that we had a nice lunch in Bologna, and I came back to Padova. Ok, more later. Ciao ciao ciao! complete pictures here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php ...