Construction takes place during winter and early spring before the tourist arrive. The streets are too narrow and don't allow for large trucks, tourists and the orange bus as the same time.
This crane is lifting large beams to an upper apartment. One beam in, next one coming up.
I do love when the re-modeling includes some historic touches.
I look like a chubby bunny, but it was very cold in January and I hadn't come adequately prepared. I bought this fuzzy, but very heavy and warm coat at the bazaar.
Jen likes to capture photos of me taking photos. She thought the jacket looked like a bird because of the way the fabric was cut. Ok, Big Bird instead of Big Bunny.
I had to leave the jacket since there was no way it would fit into my luggage. I was thankful I had it when I needed it.
Another Jennifer's photo of me taking photo.
One of my favorites at this restaurant; beans with salted bread and oil oil.
I consumed my weight in cheese and am now reaping what I sowed. Ah, but it was all so delicious.
One of the owners slicing meat for the charcuterie boards, ranging from enormous to small.
Jennifer on the bus to Chuisi, to catch the train to Rome. After two days in Rome, she flew home, after a 3 week stay. Rome Photos in Family and Friends in Italy folder.