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... had to step aside for a while to let them pass on so we could hear ourselves think.
We got back to the car, where there was no parking ticket! I won’t lie, I was kind of nervous. We found our way out to the autostrada, and headed up to Florence. We hit some evening traffic, but it wasn’t all that bad, and after only a couple of missed navigational queues (I miss Utah’s grid system!), we pulled up to the Machiavelli Palace ...
... tourist area. It was so light and tasty! Our last night we went to the popular restaurant in a cave. The food and wine were so good that when Karen took a bite of the chocolate desert, she couldn't help but laugh. Ridiculously delicious!!
From the wonderful people, the great food and meandering in Etruscan ruins, this city will always have a special place in our hearts.
Until we meet ...
... Spanish and some English to her and she could understand most of what I was saying. I find myself saying things in Spanish and usually most people understand me since the languages are similar. We did pretty well communicating with each other in the kitchen and along with the help of google translate we were able to get to know each other and make pasta. We learned all about her family and her job as a chef and that she makes ...
... as the priests came out followed by a bishop and more.
The rest of the congregation ensued and as the crowd parted, the procession walked down the center of the street with the band tailing behind.
It was a really neat to be there to see the pomp and circumstance of the celebration. We asked someone later and discovered that it was San Giuseppe Day. ...
... Bolsena is a beautiful crater lake formed by the eruption of Mount Vulsini. Besides being a lovely recreation area, it is famous for the miracle that happened here in 1263 when a German priest was celebrating Holy Mass. Blood started to seep from the consecrated Host. The blood stained cloth was then brought to the Pope in Orvieto. The cloth now lies in the Duomo ...