Hotel San Luca
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Friday and our last day here. We have to be out of the Villa by 10 AM tomorrow.
We are heading off to Venice with Alan and Nicky, Peter and Jenny are of to Verona and then up to the Dolomite area. Brett and Fiona are heading of to Dubai and then home.
This morning we went up to Cortona for the chocolate festival and then, for our final lunch, to the Pizza place we had been to last week . Good food, lots of it and at ...
... glorious morning sun. Even at 9.00 am, the temperature would have been in the mid twenties. I then went and bought the last couple of pieces for my breakfast set from the Cortona Ceramic shop. Typical ceramics from Cortona feature the sunflower and green stripes. Every piece of ceramics in the shop had the same colouring (cream with green stripes) plus the sunflower motif. I was very happy with my purchases. Next stop was the ...
... to drink your drink (water, coke, beer) out of the bottle. You will almost always be given a glass or cup. In Rome, it will probably be a small, clear, plastic cup. Elsewhere, or in nicer restaurants, it will probably be a glass. You probably won't get ice cubes, unless you're in a really good place! If you get ice, you're likely to get a lemon with it. Places to Eat & Drink If you want a drink, go to a "bar." Doesn't matter what kind of drink or what time of day. "Bars" ...
... like to think was dramatic and attractive- in reality it was probably just a mess) around my shoulders, an old fortress in the background. Admittedly the image was ruined by the fact that I was wearing big, bug-style sunglasses but you can't have it all.
The rest of the day was fairly uneventful. Millo and I went shopping, as I already mentioned, and it was significantly easier than I expected. Admittedly, after a while Millo started ...
... chilling topping up my tan (ah ha ha!) it started to snow. How does that even work!? I mean it was properly warm! Italy is such a strange place.
Now I am off to await the arrival of the next entry of my sister''s blog. You should check it out if you haven't already ( http://dressingupinparis.blogspot.it/ ) it's awesomesauce (fun new word that I learned the other day. It's chuckle-worthy, and thus I felt it was worthy of being included in the blog).