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Once again we could hang around home at Ambra this morning – which was great. We did do a walk and found it to be much bigger than we previously thought. We did have a coffee at the local bar and called Luke, which was lovely – missing my boys!
We drove to Levane to Anna and Giovani's place. They are Patrizio’s parents and mum’s cousin and live next door to Patrizio and Silvia. We arrived to find Giovani making ...
... issued with wrist bands which we must NOT take off! We then had to follow a guy on a golf cart to our "gold pitch", ( a huge pitch with free wifi). There are tents, caravans, permanent tents and chalets everywhere you look, but the site is immaculately maintained and the toilet/shower blocks are immaculate. We are surrounded (again)by Dutch campers everywhere we look. There are 3 restaurants here, 2 snack bars, a take away, a spa, 2 water parks, a covered pool, an Olympic sized ...
... problem being €2 for a fuse, I, completely disgusted that I had not even thought to check the fuse… Summernats, I no longer deserve the privilege to attend! (Quite unfortunate considering we are moving to Canberra, home of the Summer Nationals). Feeling lucky, we continued our charade discussion with the man, asking if he could re-gas the AC (only wish I had caught this ‘discussion’ on film, as to anyone watching it was hilarious!). Many moments later, ...
... States, like San Francisco, as they have canvas-type bags that hold quite a lot of groceries--plenty for the small frigo's worth of things I need for the week.
2. Find out where to get some large and medium sized boxes to ship a bunch of things I don't need back to myself in Texas and to ship those with August birthdays (you know who you are!) their birthday presents.
3. Find the post office and the hours for it.
4. Find a decent place for lunch.
5. Book something ...
The big plus was the free concert on the piazza for the Florence Youth Orchestra Festival, which runs for a couple of months.
Tonight was the Youth Symphony Orchestra Bochum, playing Beethoven and Dvorak amongst others.
It was outstanding, the atmosphere perfect sitting on the warm cobblestones, and the acoustics within the square excellent.
We listened till about 10.30, then headed slowly home after another full ...