Wilbur Hot Springs
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... I heard the hope-inspiring sound of an engine of a vehicle. A small truck appeared over the top of the hill and a couple of college-aged kids hopped out. They offered to help me push it out, though I though for sure it would be fruitless. It turned out what really helped was someone with very little body weight in the driver seat with some gentle pushing from behind. When I was out of the thick of it, I thanked them with as many words as I could, and watched ...
... silent meditation pools, so Matt and I had to practice our nonverbal communication skills under a sign that read "Please refrain from conversation and sexual activity" while many women were seemingly tantrically becoming mothers quite appropriately on Mother's Day. We did a good job of following the silent rule (and the other rules too!) until we had to seriously supress laughter at the sight of the pool cleaning guy. He was fully nude, of course, with a handlebar mustache, and ...
... If someone lived there for a year, not knowing any Italian to begin with, would be pretty fluent after the end of the year.
I was very satisfied with all our vacation rental apartments, homes and Villas. They added immensely to the Italian experiences. Allowing us to immerse ourselves and live in the middle of the local culture.
For me, I enjoyed the smaller towns and villages, rather then the big cities. However, the large cities, such as Rome, Florence ...
... drive through. We drove thru three times. Lovely scenery, beautiful river scenes. Spoilt by all the road works, which necessitate stopping for about 10 minutes, as the one lane gets closed and you have to sit waiting for the oncoming traffic. This meant that we were running late, so after having quite a good Chinese meal, we decided that ...
... we had the darkest of chocolates for dessert. We finally had a game night. Now Thurston is even less into games than my dad is, though he fully supported us playing one. ;) He went to work on his genetic engineering/agriculture powerpoint and I taught Annelle and Rachel to play Mexican Train dominoes. It was quite lively. Then we enjoyed more stirring conversations in the hot tub, this time under stars.
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