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... not an easy task but we are getting pretty savvy and parking a bit like italians,in the minute-est of spaces ) ...... We discover that Nonna had decided to take the day off and had taped a little notice on the door !!!!!!! Damn you Nonna .....
So, we end up with a panini and espresso, disappointed , but there was an interesting Lavazzo coffee poster in the cafe ..... And VERY good coffee.
We headed onwards ,to the ...
... find music club that we found on some blog. It's turns out that place was closed down. So we went to a dive bar called One Eyed Jacks. I loved this place! It was all locals and the bartenders where very friendly. We had a fun time hanging out there and meeting new people. The next day we were all hungover, let's face we are not 21 anymore. We really hadn't party much this trip just mostly relaxing with wine and getting lots of sleep! It was my last night with Ben and Jess so ...
... parties. We had breakfast with three young dancers who were competing in the National Championships. I'm unsure that the sweet cakes they consumed will make them light of foot!
We then had Skype sessions with Steph and Matt and also Jess. With those duties completed, we bounced up to the second floor - no lift to pack, shower and take the gear down from the second floor. Old mate was there ready to accept payment for the ...
... I had to brake and came to a stop right in front of her. Who was in the wrong? Me!
Onto cars. The Chrysler 30C is a Lancia over here! There is a little utility that has one wheel at the front and two at the back. The front wheel is controlled by what is best described as a scooter handlebar. Yet to get a photo, but plan to. I just can't leave The Bride out of all of this. Picture this, I'm out in front blazing the trail and Annette is ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...