Il Giardino degli Elfi
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... so I headed off to get my trunks on. After about 96 goes on the pink one, these times with Jo and I participating, it was time for the big blue one. Not sure what the height limit was but Flynn was way to short. No worries, its Italy. We shoved some floaties on him and stuck him in at the top: a bit of gravity, a bit of adrenalin (his and ours) and out he popped at the bottom. Too easy. Time for the giant twister - two tubes twisting round each other. It was a bit ...
... cooked cherry tomatoes)
Straccetti all’Alloro (Veal Strips with Laurel)
Broccoletti in Forma (Broccoli in a mold)
Tortini Fondenti al Cioccolato (Melting Chocolate Mold)
With Tita and Nonie providing guidance, anecdotes and their experience, we made the dessert first so that it could be frozen before it was cooked. Then, following the order of the menu, we made breads and ...
... The men are supposed to keep up, encourage and steer the bull to the finish line, maybe 80 metres in total. Well. It all depends it seems on whether the bull actually feels like doing that and in all honesty, the team with the large bull had a significant advantage over the smaller bull. Two teams race once and then rest, and the two other teams do the same. Then they swap tracks so one gets the inside and the other the outside. And ...
... as crazy motor bike drivers overtook us on hairpin blind corner bends, but after a magnificent day, we made it home in one piece!!
On Ferragosto, the big national holiday celebrated on 15 August, we were a bit worried everything might be closed, but we had another fantastic day, this time exploring the southern part of Umbria. We started with a walk around Lake Piediluco, the second largest natural lake in Umbria, surrounded by mountains, trees, flowers and ...
... round bottles. This created a sideline in weaving bottle wrappers (I'm sure the weavers have a better term) so the bottles could stand up. Seems like glass making was men's work and weaving the women's. At some point, we will go back to the museum and have a go at making glass jewelry. 18 August After a relaxing afternoon by the pool yesterday, watching the kids turn blue, sunday morning finds us up early for a tour of one of the local wineries. ...