24 July 2013

home again, home again

The first thing we did after dropping off our over-stuffed bags was to visit the grocery store, where we bought mostly fresh produce but also prosciutto and cheese (2 kinds) and yogurt made from Alpine cows.

And a living basil plant.

And 6 fresh eggs.

And Prosecco. 2 bottles.


I'm so happy to be home. I think we have sufficient supplies to hibernate until the weekend. (Only two bottles? Have no fear, the cantina under the stairs is stocked.)

I'll see you around here soon. Right now I'm throwing all advice about jet lag aside and going to my bed that I miss so much.

I'm never traveling again.

Until next month, that is. Can anybody say, "Road Trip?!?! "



As always,




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    1. Thank you! We have been greeted by great heat!

  2. Happy you made it back safe and sound to Italy! Hope you got a good night sleep! Enjoy the weekend!

  3. So happy you are home safely and I can now look forward to more posts from Italy...not that I haven't enjoyed your recent posts.
    I know the 'I never want to travel again' feeling. Every time we return home to Australia from Italy, usually after at least 24 hours in transit, I experience the same feeling, for all of 1 or 2 days. Then the planning begins for our next trip :)

    1. Thank you. I am starting to think about the road trip, but I can't quite get myself to book anything just yet. I'm almost there.
      Welcome to 3inGiro!

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