Riserva Privata San Settimio
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... the fleeting presence of those we love understood as gift, going in and out of our lives, faces, voices, memory, aromas of the first spring day or a wood fire in winter, the last breath of a dying parent as they create a rare, raw, beautiful frontier between loving presence and a new and now blossoming absence.
To feel a full and untrammeled joy is to have become fully generous; to allow our selves to be joyful is to have walked through the ...
... at his job. Recommending wine and suggesting what one should try from the menu. Annette selected a pasta and I steak with grilled veg. Both were very nice and the plates were emptied rapidly.
We couldn't resist Simone's suggestion for dessert - tiramisu for Annette and my favourite Creme caramel - yum. Back to our room, sleep for Annette and blog for me. I an now heading back downstairs as the WiFi reception in our room is weak.
Cheers and ...
... on the subway you kinda pretend that the people next to you are not there with no one saying hello or chatting. You have to be quite quiet and just sit still there is no running around and playing beach cricket like we do in New Zealand. About an hour was enough for us and we were off on our travels. When we got to Ancona we checked onto the big car ferry. It is a much bigger boat than the Inter Island ferry in New Zealand and more like ...
So after cancelling some of our plans and accommodation we were told there wasn't any availability for hotels for Mugello. We decided we'd go to Rossi's village Tavullia and then make plans from there.
I started searching for hotels again about an hour out of port and one place messaged back to say they had a cancellation and the price was very reasonable.
So here we are finally in Mugello seeing a GP race, staying in ...
... down, she was nine. We then rushed back to our hotel by bus. Took a taxi to the inter city bus station, for a 4 and a half hour bus journey to Split. Got there around 17 h15, chilled by the port a bit with beers and hot chocolate, then boarded our ferry to Ancona, Italy at 20h15. We had a cabin on the ferry, we had beds and a little shower. Ferry journey, 10 hours, like being on a cruise ship, minus the bells and ...