Greetings, kids and cats!
Did you know that there's a Georgia in the former Soviet Union? After my tennis match yesterday--well, that is, when my friend and I were getting booted off the court by a tennis coach--I met the friendly coach, and he was telling me about this Georgia in southern Russia. He had a "southern accent" too. :)
Today, I had my second Di Bartolo visit, and lo' and behold, one of the barristas recognized me: she was reading a print-out of some of Beau Sia's poetry. A bit of slammin' culture for me. Also, there was a humorous character who was easily entertained by his newspaper.
For dinner, I decided that I'd entertain myself with another new venue, so a friend and I sampled Milano. I had the Calzone Primavera, which was good except for the overuse of olives. And she had a nice eggplant entree with a name that escapes me.
We later stepped over to Espresso Roma (just down the street from the Nut House, I might add!) for chocolatey goodness. Nice atmosphere.
And what of tomorrow? Well, tomorrow is another day (of adventures!): dim sum, warming houses, and Voltron power! Who says Kavalier and Clay could have all the fun? :)