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The marmalade was a bonus and this morning P made himself his favourite, poached eggs with marmalade on the side.
When we finally leave Panicale, we will leave extra tubes of Vegemite with our "host, Katia" as a special gift from two Aussies to the next Aussies that stay. We all know, no other nationality would want it!! Assuming there are any left, that is?
... This was set high up in the Tuscan hills and had magnificent views. We had to hang around for a while until a volunteer guide arrived to show us around. Initially okay, it turned out to be a great tour. The church had a magnificent alter made of marble. The guide really brought it alive to us becauase he sang to indiciate how good the acoustics were. This was important as the priests had to sing their prayers!! The monastery was huge and ...
... waiting to be heated. The shop/gallery was full of beautiful pieces. We managed to limit ourselves to one plate and a small oil pourer. Both are being freighted directly home.
It is a long ascent from the Funicolare up winding, narrow cobble stoned passages lined either side with various shops and some really lovely shops. I couldn't resist the Cashmere outlet, again famous in this region. I did, however resist the most beautiful ...
... intention. Aldo confirmed that Italy remembers end of First War on 4th November and hence the service.
Like at home, each child read some lines from a prearranged script, showing their respect and the whole service was over in about twenty minutes. Shaking of hands, Italian kisses for each young school girl, one on each cheek, by Mayor, then they dispersed.
We just happened to be there, it was lovely.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
So we left Orvieto after trying to walk up the hill – IT WAS SO STEEP that it made La Grazie seem even so we gave up. Today we drove to Pienza on the way to Ambra – all in southern Tuscany. We went to Pienza because once again I wanted to try and find the famous zigzag road of pencil pine trees, which is in a lot of postcards. Of course we found several and actually managed to drive down one of them and take some photos – it does ...