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... into the village where we hoped to get a train to the second village. I say hoped because once again the trains were crippled by a strike.
We had a little free time while the guide sorted out transportation for the group which most of us used for photography. We were able to get a train to take us to the second village of Manorola where some of us took more pictures and others had beer (and you know who I mean J and ...
... drive I have ever seen. I asked Billy to get the Rick Steve's book out and find out how we get to the city center. I know of course we cannot drive there but at least find parking...easier said than done. Billy pulls out ole' Rick Steve's and he said to follow the signs to "Centro" then start looking for "soccer" balls and "Stadio". We were to park in the Stadio parking lot. We drove around for nearly an hour looking for damn soccer balls. ...
... 8217;t much there so I had run out of things to do. I had breakfast with a Mexican family this time and then sat in the Laundromat for a couple of hours while I washed my clothes. After this I visited the markets and then took a nap. It was a slow day but very relaxing.
The next stop on my trip is Rome, where I’ll meet Keegan and Jarad. I think it should be fun but I hope the 3 of us will be welcome back after we leave Italy. We’ll see!
... been for the months before, things were changing.
The monastery had a long wooded walkway to get to the Abbey, and we arrived just before 11 o'clock mass to hear the monks chant their prayers. We then took a walk around the Abbey and were able to sneak into the antique cantina right before everything closed at 1 for lunch.
The Abbey was founded in the ...
... with Eugenio, it may have meant a night in the Panda!
We rendezvoused at the designated gate and followed Eugenio in his car to his place, not at all far from the city walls. The house was huge with spectacular views over yet another picturesque Tuscan landscape. It looked very much like a family home, mostly because it was. Eugenio explained that he was a uni student and his parents were out of town on holidays so he decided to make some money ...