Outside it was still raining so without walking too far we turned left and walked along a busy road until reaching a hospitable looking bar in a square with the inevitable statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi in what turned out to be the student district of the city. If we had walked on only a little further there was a lively little district with more choice but it didn’t matter, this place was agreeable and we only really wanted a nightcap so we found an empty table near the window with some precariously high chairs that wobbled alarmingly on the uneven floors and had a glass of red wine – and then we had another and the chairs wobbled a little bit more.
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That Giuseppe sure do get around!
I am thinking about a travel project – a few weeks in Italy going to cities and towns to see and photograph all the Garibaldi statues – I could blog about it for months!
That, or just do a slide show….. 😀
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