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Oct 24, 2014 We checked out of our hotel,...and made the long walk to the train station,....luggage in tow. There we purchased a ticket to Florence, where we would pick up our rental car. Personally I NEVER, EVER rent cars when out of the country,....but Dennis feels comfortable driving,...and I trust his skills. He's transported me all over Italy, and Greece over the years,....so hopefully, we'll be just as lucky this ...
... nook and cranny of the room with everything under the sun that he has collected during his visits, including life-size cardboard cutouts of himself. Oh, and he's got a thing for Christmas too! There are at least two fully decorated Christmas trees in the room as well. But, as overwhelming as all the glitz is, it is completely overshadowed by the service, dedication to excellence, and food that follow!
Once we are seated we are offered ...
... We then had lunch and went up the hill to Cortona for the
last time and spent the afternoon there. In the evening the medieval
festivals crossbow competition started. There was five teams of two
people and they both get two goes each. Once everyone has had a go the
judges score it up and the team with the most points wins.Once the
competition finished we went home and started packing our bags to catch
the train to Padua.
... to a mass. I was all up for listening to a proper Italian mass (I don't know why the fact that it's Italian makes it any more interesting to me, but it does) but Millo decided we weren't having any of it and decided he wanted to go home. Thus, I got to here about a minute of mass and then spent a delightful hour or so watching Millo wreak havoc in the playroom (all the while crying at the knowledge that it was me that would have to clean it up). ...
... the bone with my bare hands (ok, not bare hands. I wore rubber gloves but still!), dinnertime was a fairly successful event tonight. At any rate, we ate before midnight (which is around about the time it ended up being last night. I'm out of practice with the whole cooking thing).
And so the day passed quietly but successfully. It was weird and a bit lonely without Maelys but only 40 days left so it'll be fine...