While I’m off to another open-door day and a visit to three gardens near Siena, here are four previous occasions when I seized the chance to go through doors which are otherwise closed or limited.
Since today blogging history at the end of this post is so rich – I simply couldn’t make a selection and am featuring nine posts from the past – here are only five photos from four open-door occasions, when I visited private courtyards in Rome, a garden of a Tuscan villa that almost warmed me to capitalism, and a couple of archaeological sites which are normally open for paying customers but on these days were free. Let me open the doors for you too.
And how about yesterday with the three Slovenians in the NBA and the Eurovision Song Contest, you ask? Denver Nuggets lost big but Čančar didn’t play. The Dragon scored 25 points but Miami Heat lost by two in overtime. And then it gets interesting. Luka Dončić was excellent with 31 points and a triple double for a 10-point Mavericks win against the Clippers. And finally – ITALIA WINS EUROVISION!! Juhuuuu! Now I have to take amore to the live event next year as I promised.
Be well and don’t be Zitti e buoni, as the winning song says. Quiet and well-behaved.
This day in my blogging history