Hello everyone, how are you doing?
Well, the vacation days are over so I am back home and ready to resume the usual schedule. It was a longer vacation this year than usually is, but it was a relaxing and fun one. We had a good time in Greece, but I have to admit that the best of it was in Italy, where we enjoyed marvelous landscapes, a few very interesting trips and a quite and relaxing time. I have to admit that while I was in Fiera di Primiero I tried to obtain an early retirement, but the guys from the Italian lottery didn’t approve my numbers. My usual involvement with the lottery games is set for one or two times a year. And this year I thought that the appropriate time is in Italy and for a prize of 146,000,000 euros. But it looks like my place in the millionaire club has to wait a while longer. Still, I gained a nice experience and time for relaxation and for finishing another three novels, Warren Hammond’s “Kop”, Conrad Williams’ “One” and T.A. Moore’s “The Even”. So, now I really need to start working on the reviews since the other three I finished in Greece are still waiting for their review to be written. I am certain that the reviews will be soon ready and I hope that steadily I’ll resume the usual blog activity.
It is nice to see you again.
The sunny Greece.
We missed the Olympics by a year but we’ve been to the initial site of the games, Olympia.
This landscape greeted us each morning.
We went up to a little over 2800 meters where we found this amazing view.
Once again we visited Venice (although I would not recommend a visit in August), the same incredible and beautiful city.