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Hi all, I haven't had the time to chat - too busy!!!
Well I've been to some really strange places. One place had some major problems - a BUILDING WAS FALLING OVER! I had to try and push it back up (hee hee hee). Not really, its a crooked building and won't fall over but its a good picture that everyone does. Its called the tower of Pizza (or in Italian they say Pisa)
We also went to a place called Monte Carlo and I pretended to drive ...
... into society. This cultural difference does not seem as if it would be that noticeable, but conservation is practiced so completely here that it is a noticeable change from the United States.
The examples are abundant. The first example of conservation I noticed was during my layover in Zurich on my way to Lisbon. One thing that struck me as unusual was the fact that all of the escalators were automatic; they did not start moving until I boarded one. Initially I was ...
... and singing with each other and there was a cool buzz in the air! We stopped at a restaurant by the stadium where a girl was selling cans of beer for €1, so we bought a couple of those and had a drink and a chat with a group of guys. They had no English but we were able to communicate by saying "Go Valencia!!" After a couple of beers we headed up to the stadium and walked around through the very excited crowd to find our gate, then ...
... weeks. Let's hope this one does better then its' predecessor.
I quickly had to adjust to "old person" time, as Nonni woke me up just after 7am, to go down to breakfast. This is probably the first time I have eaten breakfast in over a week, with usually lunch being our first meal.
We then hit the road, as Nonni and Pa had hired a car. We really didn't have a destination planned, but had planned to drive around the Alps and find a nice place to stay ...
... breed named Happy, Dama, and Rubio, and a Yorkie named Rocky. She also has 5-7 turtles of various sizes, and one of her neighbors has a bunch of goats, so I took a picture of that.
She has a pool in the backyard, so we hopped in for a swim, and then her family started showing up. It took me all day to figure out who was who, but they all really cool and nice. One lady named Yolanda had heard of Iowa, so that got me pretty excited. I didn't end ...