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... thing was he got into his anal rant stage at the dinner table about Australia. Don't mention the War. Every sentence started with "in Australia ...." like the Italian in the movie Red Dog. By the end of the night I wanted to stab him. He was an annoying know it all almost embarrassing the other citizens about their countries, that were at our table.
Took ages to get him home.
Stefania was laughing at least, I was embarrassed and can't wait ...
... were very happy to meet us.they invited us in for coffee and ice cream and their English was ok. Talked a lot about wine and vineyards, Italy and Australia lifestyles , our trip. Simone was to be our interpreter when we have dinner with Forese so it was good to meet them first. Very nice people. Andreas was about 7. He was peeling carrots and feeding the peels to his dinosaurs and lions. Cute. So we made our way home around the pot plant and got ready ...
... we had so many of the varmints in the back that the wagon was sittin a little low. He pushed the horses a little hard, and they stumbled a time or two, almost slipping from the hill we had to climb. Supper ended with some dessert-thing called Coppa Machiavelli. It was two-ways-to-Tuesday some kinda good. Cream goo, berries, some cookies, and 2 spoons. We made short work of that and headed back to where we ...
... when we were out of the fog, anyway. Sadly, the windy roads were too much for Tom and he welcomed Panzano with an enormous vomit by the side of the car! Right as rain afterwards though.
We popped in to visit Dario the butcher, where we had shared a memorable multi-course meal of meat, meat, meat back in 2008. He was ever the kind host and greeted us like old friends and showed us around again. ...