Despite being an artist, Fiorella doesn't get a kick out of sight-seeing. Thus, when Fio and family visited Britain, she wasn't that interested in looking at Big Ben or antique castles. Instead, she wanted to experience the country. To stand on top of Hadrian's wall and call on the spirit of her old Latin teacher, Elor Osborn. To stop at a British Safeway and go through the aisles, then buy sliced ham at the deli, to walk through the doors of Harrod's and check out every department, to drive down a suburban street and see how people lived, to be walking through the tunnel under the Thames at the same time a herd of screaming school children were running through it, to eat fish and chips under the awning of a store in Greenwich and again, in the rain, in a little park in front of the Assembly Rooms in Bath. To be kept awake until after midnight by a tenor singing out a window in Edinburgh.
These are her fondest memories of Britain.