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... to try and make her dress longer.
WE spent an enjoyable time wandering about the cathedral. Its big, beautiful, cool inside, and has some amazing stained glass windows. There were pews to sit on and pray, and some people were praying on their knees, most people however were using this time as free sit down space in a cool shady place (it was 34 degrees outside). One lady was eating her lunch at the pews, another was breastfeeding a baby.
... pinks, rustic reds and pale creams. There are large road tunnels on both sides of the lake, huge gaping holes built into the mountains to allow drivers to wind their way around this big expanse of water.
WE saw lots of these tiny villages on our way around, we saw large villa's, even a glimpse of where George Clooney is supposed to live. I was surprised that there wasn't more traffic on the water. No speed boats, no kayaks, no water skiers. There was really only a few ...
... an afternoon stop. The good news for the long term is that the local Italian flying community have developed there own brush system which completely improves the original factory system, so we are also retrofitting that. So losing a day, but will pay back in the future.
Will re-evaluate route onwards based on weather and when we finish in the morning. ...
While walking through Duomo de Bergamo de Battistero Video Girl met the Cathederal organist, Seņor Hugh Jorgen, a small unassuming man who professed to having the largest organ in
... the metro and the way to the Duomo. He also showed us where many restaurants and stores are we will need while we are here.
Our first major outing was to the grocery store to get a few things like water and breakfast food and I must say it went very smoothly and we plan to go back tomorrow to pick up more stuff. We've decided we take a little at a time rather than overwhelming ourselves with ...