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... which is Monte Titano from miles away. This is actually the highest point of San Marino. But a majority of the population live to the east of this rocky out crop. The roads are well developed and the infrastructure is as modern as anything else I have seen in Italy.
We went straight to the cable car station which gave us access to San Marino Citta which is on the top of Monte Titano.
We stayed on ...
... and relaxing near water for a change. We got back to Cortona at about 4.30 pm and went to our favourite outdoor bar and sat and watched life go by again. Cortona was quiet - there was hardly any tourists in town. I imagine all the locals can't wait for us all to go home and they can have their town all to themselves again. Dinner was a simple meal of pizza. Tomorrow we plan to hit the road early and head for ...
... the top. On the way down we followed the original Roman road down from the monastery which now has beautiful mosaic stations of the cross erected at intervals along the road. It's amazing to think of how hard it would have been to lug materials up the roads to build houses etc, or to carry produce up to the markets.
We thought we definitely deserved an ice cream after that long walk, and had delicious gourmet gelatos at a shop near the main town square.
Today's drawing is... a slightly out of proportion drawing of Millo sleeping in Abetone. Yay! I wasn't really feeling it so it's not the best drawing ever, but it'll do.
Today was pretty uneventful, morning-wise. I had the house to myself for a bit, which is always nice, but it didn't mean I did anything super exciting. We did get more veg delivered, which, I'm sure you'll all agree, is pretty exhilarating, but, other than that, nada.
So Millo didn't go to school again today. Ahh the joy of a day filled with an ill, and thus whiney, three year old... Still, we made the best of it. I did so by spending the majority of the morning sniffing paint fumes (not entirely to escape Camillo. There was the slightly less practical reason that I was doing some painting as well). So, the morning past slowly.
After lunch, and after spending a little more time with Camillo, playing with the ...