Today was a day of rest and recreation in Sirmione, along with a dose of work this afternoon. Not bad really when you consider that we can get our work done while the southern hemisphere is sleeping. Clients are pleased that everything is ready when they wake up, which makes us happy.
We took some happy snaps of the town but spent the rest of the morning lounging by the pool. Much needed on a hot and steamy day like today. Tony also had his nose in the Twitter feed watching the Aussies dig themselves out of a hole, and enjoying Agar’s innings.
Anyway, photo time.
When it’s hot, this is the best place to be
Lowenbrau, the beer of preference in this place
Sirmione is a comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy
The outer walls of Sirmione
Some of its history
Driving through ‘walls’ of people to get to the hotel was interesting
More of the outer walls
We drove through these during the busy lunch-time people traffic
Sirmione’s lazy summer days
Apparently he was a Latin poet
You can drive through when the light turns green
Tony’s fantasy with fast cars
About Ingrid Harrison
Professional communicator. Coffee addict. Love travelling.
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