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Sunday Pastry in the Park

27 May
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Espresso and a cornetto con crema.

27 May 2012. Our newest Roman tradition, a yummy pastry after a week of walking and walking and walking. Today we indulged at Parco della Musica, not only a concert venue, but site of a fine “Zero Chilometri” farmer’s market where we acquired direct-from the producer honey, wine, bread, and herbs.

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The Roman pines overlook the Parco della Musica.

Portlanders: Pink Martini is scheduled to perform here in July!

Happy Memorial Day to all! Yes, we get it off. We get the Italian holidays off, too. Life is good.

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5 Responses to “Sunday Pastry in the Park”

  1. JOYCE WEEKS May 28, 2012 at 20:09 #

    Laurel, I love your posts. I am living it with you but please don’t take pictures of the food that was so painful. Love to see some of what you pass on your walk to work. I see that you have your wine already. Sooooo jealous!!!

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  2. Mary Henry May 28, 2012 at 00:05 #

    Laurel, We miss you so much. Sounds like life is good for you both and adjusting well. Keep in touch.

    Mary your feet and hands girl….

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    • gooddayrome May 28, 2012 at 16:43 #

      Thanks Mary! I miss you guys, too! But we will enjoy this adventure to the fullest!

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  3. Terah May 27, 2012 at 22:24 #

    Love, love, love this! I’m there with you! Thank you for sharing your la dolce vita!!!

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    • gooddayrome May 28, 2012 at 16:45 #

      Ciao, cara! Thanks for the note. The rainy days life is just little like Portland, but hey, we’re in Rome!

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