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#5 Italy (final) June 27, 2017

#5 Italy (final) June 27, 2017 What a drive over the mountains! We were on our way to Verona and went on the highway north of Partina, which I haven’t driven for probably 10 years. The scenery is spectacular, but … Continue reading

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#4 Italy, June 22, 2017

Dear Everybody, A nice rest/relaxation day following our trip home from Urbino was the thing on Friday. Burt did some serious cooking—-first a pigeon to get ready for a sauce for pasta for another day. The pigeon turned out to … Continue reading

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#3 Italy, June 16, 2017

#3 Italy, June 16, 2017 Dear Everybody, After doing our morning email at the Coop Coffee Shop on Friday, (we come here every morning now, as Burt’s computer doesn’t work well at Big Ben Coffee Shop) we shopped and shopped … Continue reading

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#2 Italy, June 8, 2017

#2 Italy, June 8, 2017 Dear Everybody, What a nice day we had in Anghiari, a wonderful medieval town, practically unchanged from those times. We walked on the walls and all over the town, admiring Tuscan views and the beautiful … Continue reading

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#1 Italy, June 1, 2017

#1 Italy, June 1, 2017 Dear Everybody, Once again Burt and I have flown across the pond to stay in Partina, the village where my son- in-law grew up. This time, in deference to our age, we spent the first … Continue reading

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#4 (final) Oaxaca, Mexico, March 21, 2017

Dear Everybody, SOME SCENES FROM OAXACA:     Our local music academy where whenever we walked by, students were learning stringed instruments.       Our local tortillaria, where we got fresh, warm tortillas just before many of our meals. … Continue reading

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#3 Oaxaca, Mexico, March 18, 2017

Dear Everybody, Wednesday afternoon we had a nice rain, which the Oaxaquenos loved, as they are very short of water at the moment. Burt was bringing home our clean clothes from the lavandaria and so got pretty well soaked. Luckily … Continue reading

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