|Dining Room Table|
|Living Room and Stairs to Nowhere|
|Temple of San Biagio|
The weather was improved enough to risk a walk. Fiorella has not felt very well and hasn’t been able to walk the dog much, so I borrowed him and took him on a walk to the Temple of San Biagio. San Biagio is outside the city walls, below the town. We walked down a steep dirt road, past an interesting walled cemetery and down a driveway lined with cypresses. The cypresses were planted to honor local soldiers killed in the First World War. Fiorella’s dog was very happy with this arrangement. He had a great time sniffing, marking territory, scratching in the dirt and greeting other dogs. When we got to the church, I wanted to bask in the welcome sun for a few minutes, but he barked at me until I got up and led him around the church so he could explore.