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... and unwashed. When our number finally arrived, we prostrated ourselves at the desk and politely informed the lady of our intention to apply for residence in her wonderful country. She couldn't speak English, so beckoned us to follow her back in to the waiting room where she opened another door, leaned in at shouted something along the lines of blah, blah, blah INGLISE at the top of her voice, thus attracting the attention of both offices, the waiting room and the ...
... who are carrying cameras and backpacks and appear to be vacationing, or at least travelers, and many have brought their dogs with them. Lots of canine action in this part of Italy! Last night we walked toward the sea and up a hill to the cemetery for Riamaggio and Manarola, and we discovered that they are quite different from cemeteries in America. As we understand it, the bodies are buried in the ground and left there for about ...
... that part of the town a little, and I saw a cute Cocker Spaniel :) We walked in the other direction along the promenade, and the waves were crashing mightily against the rocks and cliff! We saw some silly young people getting ready to swim! We kept looking back at them as we walked along, but we are not sure if they actually got in the water. We walked back to the train station and got the train back to Manarola. We passed the main part of Monterosse on the train, but ...
... morning or on the terrace.
I am amazed by how pervasive English is. When I visited many years ago, people didn`t make the effort, I think there was anti-American sentiment or at least anti-English language sentiment. Now pretty much everyone has some English and many have lots of English. My theory is there are two reasons - tourism is a much bigger part of the economy these days, and English is the second language of the European Union, their trade or ...
... she can go back to the real world but she understands that and more importantly she agrees that she has to do it.
We left after making arrangements to see her tomorrow…we then caught the metro back to central Milan and walked Enrico back to his apartment and promised to call him tomorrow after the trip into the Istorico Centre. I then called Gianandrea to make arrangements for tomorrow.
(We then wandered around our area trying to find somewhere to eat. ...