In Centro - Buonarroti
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Jen says: After a week of traveling we hadn't even realized how good it is to have travel friends until we met our Germs (or Germans as Americans call them). Patrick and Gerrit asked us to take their photo and from there we struck up a great friendship. We instantly connected and began sharing drinks, cultural differences, and even introduced them to the game Apples to Apples. We found out that we had similar itineraries for the next few days, so decided to meet up ...
... this place years ago. We normally meet up with them at the meditation retreat Paul does in Perugia and they usually go to Vernazza after the retreat….this year they decided to come before the retreat. Bruce was reading Heidiger and when I appeared he had to do a double take. We laughed about that for a while. It wasn’t quite like the experience of bumping into a buddy at Neuremburg two years ago . . . but close.
Bruce told us that he was ...
... I think it is always nicer to stretch the night out.
It was a lovely night and as i said, we were very well looked after…even with the young waiter replacing my napkin about thousand times... everytime it fell on the floor. I ended up tucking it in my belt…Mary was quite amused.
We ended it with a slow walk through town back to Brunella and another hot coffee…nice!
Wednesday I had my dentist appointment late in the afternoon and set off ...
... Sera". Someone else was coming in, and we noticed that the practice was to leave your key at the desk every time you left the hotel. We hadn't done this, but it seemed like a good policy because the keys are on very heavy brass keychains.
We left the key with the Father-In-Law, and headed out to the restaurant that the wife had recommended to us. But when we got there we didn't have a reservation so they didn't have room for us. We went back to the ...
... br> some of the more 'touristy’ shops to pick up a few pressies for the week in Dublin
that won’t weigh too much From there we took off to one of the larger book
stores that has an ‘English’ section.
Among other things we picked up a book on the history of Lucca from the first
time that someone settled here and decided to make a town here…which was some
300 years BC… it is a fairly short book of about 250 pages so a ...