|The 18th Green.|
|Perugia Golf Club built around lime kilns.|
Wednesday we woke up to snow, and although it was beautiful to look at, it didn't make the temperature go up any. So we headed over to the dress shop to visit with Danila and Maria. Google translate to the rescue once again. Danila introduced us to her oldest daughter, Veronica. Veronica sings opera. Not just any opera, but opera with a goth edge. She has toured all over the world and shared some of her uTube videos with us. She is amazingly talented and as sweet as they come. Sorry we didn't get a picture with her. But you can check her music with the band Fleshgod Apocalypse on uTube. She also sung Let it Go and that's available as well under Veronica Bordacchini on uTube. We may get to see them all again as they are planning on coming to Bellflower this summer to visit Maria's sister, Rina Sistoni. The Sistoni's were kind enough to let us use their house while we stayed in Italy.
|Wednesday Morning surprise.|
Our propane gauge was in the red and we were faced with a difficult decision to stay and hope it lasted until Saturday or head out to Rome and spend a few days in a hotel. We opted to leave on Thursday morning and head south to Rome. We dropped off our Fiat Punto at Francesco's garage and David gave us a ride to the bus stop. We hopped on our Sulga bus at 9:40 AM and motored to the Fiumicino airport and then a short shuttle ride to the Airport Best Western to spend a few nights before leaving on Sunday. Not a very romantic way to end our trip. It reminded me of our wedding night. We spend that night in the Oxnard Best Western. Funny how things come around.
|Our last morning in Collevalenza on our way to Rome.|