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... br> I do think it's because of a combination of things, the butter in Italy is unsalted and their jams are so bland, that breakfast became the "only" uninteresting meal.
Yes, Phillip does go into the piazza but not every morning and it has taken several tries to find a bread that will successful toast but to no avail because of the "toppings".
Then yesterday it ...
Friday 7 November 2014
We decided to revisit Orvieto, leaving much earlier, to allow quality time "browsing-shopping".
The "old city" is situated high up on the hill overlooking the newer city.
You access the "old city" by way of the Funicolare .... This is by far the easiest and quickest route as parking is scarce up in the old city....this is much more fun too!
Orvieto is famous for its ceramics, their ...
... sitting enjoying coffee in piazza 12 on the dot! She then locked up and presumably went home! Done for the day!
Do I just not notice that at home nothing is being done on my hair for at least half the time I spend in the hairdresser?
A great experience though, and ah, it's Italy....so civilised!
Just after P and I were seated waiting for our coffee, me, with my new hair colour , a group of school children ...
... stocked it with some food for us. The bedroom is gorgeous and we have an outside area too. We unpacked – put some washing on – at last – and then went for a walk around Ambra – pretty as we remembered it. No Internet – but we will cope.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Well I didn’t sleep well with the church clock dinging every half hour – pretty but annoying. After continuing with the washing, which will take ages to ...
Sunday, November 2, 2014
Last night I talked Craig into going back into Alberobello to see the Cemetary. It looked great from the outside (like an Egyptian temple) and it was totally unbelievable. It was All Saints Day but I have never seen as many flowers. There were thousands of bodies in tombs and it was beautiful. Clearly the Italians are even more into cemeteries and visiting their loved ones than they are in Adelaide. I felt guilty ...