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I’m an almost 50-year-old, overweight Minnesotan. If I can handle the hills on a bike in Rome, there’s a good chance that many other folks can, too! A bike is a great way to get the ‘lay of the land’ – to get a sense of the scale and layout of a city – and the €10 I spent on the bike rental that Friday was some of the best money I spent! Continue reading
Once we arrived at the yarn shop we had the MOST wonderful time! The shop was crammed with happy knitters and crocheters, many of us couldn’t understand each other, but we spoke the universal language of FIBER! Continue reading
I have learned a new phrase, “Non che glutine?” translated: “This Doesn’t Contain Gluten?” Continue reading
I’ve not been to Italy for over 20 years – and I’ve NEVER been as far south as Rome. I’ve been to Florence a few times, but that’s it (that’s PLENTY!) To be able to go with a group of knitters, several of whom I know and just love, and to be able to share knitting tips and tricks and new patterns with them is going to be pure joy! Continue reading