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... I dreamed of the day I would turn 16 and gain the freedom of driving. Though I earned a few punishments for misdeeds as a boy, the one I most remember is having the date of taking my driving license test postponed for a month. That was a very long month.
So, over the years it has been difficult for me to come to grips with the realities of how the automobile, despite the freedom and mobility it has afforded, ...
... with three legs in a triangle arrangement above her head. It was used as an intimidation device against would-be attackers and is still a creepy symbol to this day. We saw where mussels are farmed before we stopped for a coffee and cannoli – we’re really in the south of Italy now – though just quietly, I reckon I could make better cannoli.
We then drove to the tourist town of Toarmina. This ancient ...
... with us and was such a lovely apartment! Her flat had been owned by Frank Sinatras granddaughter! It was roomy and spacious and very beautifully finished. Parquetry floors timber kitchen, balconies etc. Barbara had to have some renovations done, which is why she was staying in the B and B. She made us a nice cup of tea and we had a lovely ...
... dresser that I just wanted my hair "adjusted"... spiffied up would be another way to put it! I ended up getting it washed , dried and straightened.. nothing fancy, but in the heat and humidity it is aways nice tp have someone else do the work. See my nice straight hair in next blog entry : )
We are looking forward to seeing them again in Edmonton when they come for a visit over Christmas and New Years.
... A.D. The mosaics of the extensive and extravagant villa are the reason it was named as a UNESCO site in in 1997. Dated back to 320-350 A.D., the villa most likely belonged to a member of Rome’s senatorial class.