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... br> The thing that impacted me the most was entering Saint Francis tomb. Just entering I felt a complete spiritual embrace. It was just so calm and peaceful. I sincerly wanted to cry! I don't know if it was because of happiness, but I just wanted to let out this amazing sensation that I can't even describe. Definitely unforgetable ...
... Many of the local people still work in the glass trade. We met a local guy at dinner who is the chief chemist at the factory. 17 August The newer (post-war), cooperative glass factory has been restored into a Museo del Vetro, with informative exhibits and glass workshops. We had a bit of a tour through this morning to see how the process worked and to look at some of the old products. Apparently, the artisans spurned moulds and hence could ...
... me away to join him. It was all good though and, excitingly, the cake was fairly edible, and Livia and Luca said that the icing was nice, and that was the bit I made up. So yay me!
Camillo decided to help decorate the cupcakes and in the process managed to spill little silver balls all over the floor. And I mean ALL over. It took us about ten minutes to pick them all up and even now I'm fairly sure there are some lurking by the fridge and ...
... we felt very lucky to be able to see this. Made our day.
Tuscany itself is very beautiful and nice and warm. It has very special architecture and lots of old buildings have been renovated and made to look very good. Well worth a visit.
As I said tomorrow we will visit Sienna ( by car ) and on monday we will catch the train to Florence.Don't know where to after that.
A good day and lovely to see some local celebrations
... behavior for at least most of the time ! As we found with our Olympic trip in '06, while Italy is magical anytime, it is even better with native speakers. Thanks to Susie and Beppe for making the trip even more memorable (and for Beppe for saving me from the clutches of the Polizia di Finance on the way back to Rome, but that's a story for another day). When you see our next posting, it will be as London residents. We move on ...