P-DAY#8 in Firenze, part 2 "dinner at Trattoria Marione"

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P-DAY#8 in Firenze, part 2 "dinner at Trattoria Marione"

VolkerWiegmann
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

September 28th, 2009, 9:56 am #1

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















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jimmy6668
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Joined: November 16th, 2008, 2:40 pm

September 28th, 2009, 10:10 am #2

that J-F looked so nice!

Thanks for letting us join in the fun Volker.






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TruRadiomier
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Joined: November 29th, 2008, 10:09 am

September 28th, 2009, 10:19 am #3

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai

PAM 000, 111, 183 & 232
And Some Rolex...


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hongT
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Joined: June 8th, 2004, 1:04 pm

September 28th, 2009, 10:57 am #4

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















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Thx for posting Volker..Can't wait Pt.3..!

Cheers,
HongT

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niellaccio
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Joined: May 27th, 2007, 7:46 pm

September 28th, 2009, 11:19 am #5

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai
cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy
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cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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Joined: July 29th, 2004, 5:01 am

September 28th, 2009, 11:41 am #6

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai
Good to see, Frank already started the party outside
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actiondan
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Joined: November 19th, 2005, 10:36 pm

September 28th, 2009, 12:06 pm #7

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai
n/t

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covactanks
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Joined: December 21st, 2004, 6:25 pm

September 28th, 2009, 1:36 pm #8

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai

Thx for sharin' m8



"I'll be the one to show you the way
You'll be the one to always complain "
Kings Of Leon


"I also realized that I don't have to own a watch to appreciate it and I came to understand that to me, watches only represent one facet of a life well lived. Plus I spend less time obsessing over what is next. I found watches not only tell time, they steal it if you let them "
Bernie Urban


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samen
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samen
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 9:39 am

September 28th, 2009, 1:36 pm #9

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai
Mr.Franzese says "Please have one on me... Cent'anni"
Mr.Friedell says "I don't need no glasses... straight from the vino bottle per favore, grazie ... that's how a man should drink"
Mr.Franzese says "Certainly and I shall honor you by doing likewise"

3 bottles and a half later and the 2 Mr.F's were unheard of and were found in Venice the day after...
with P.Issing in a bridge not too faraway...





My best caption effort for pic.4 and 5... please mind it's 9.00 p.m. on 2nd restless night and deadline in knocking on the doorstep.

Look like fun guys, really
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Barbarigo
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Joined: December 8th, 2008, 1:37 pm

September 28th, 2009, 2:10 pm #10

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















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It makes me hungry, thirsty and whishing for more Panerai's.
Cheers!

Ale
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pp5120
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Joined: June 25th, 2009, 4:25 am

September 28th, 2009, 2:43 pm #11

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















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and the drinking outdoors...just like frat days..
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jasonrenfro
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Joined: December 22nd, 2008, 8:01 pm

September 28th, 2009, 3:07 pm #12

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















representin' the DNA of Panerai
to share your pics.

Cheers,

Jason
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k_rerkpooritat
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Joined: January 10th, 2007, 2:52 pm

September 29th, 2009, 3:21 am #13

Hi all,

I'll continue my report of last thursday's activities in Florence.
P-DAY just started in the afternoon and after the early arrivals met
at the Piazza San Giovanni right infront of the Panerai Boutique,
it was time for a nice dinner. Simona di Stefano, our local support,
managed to get a lot seats for a quickly growing, hungry bunch of
paneristi... Thanks, Simona - without your help we would have
been separated over several restaurants and would have missed a lot fun!



On our way to the "Trattoria Marione" we found this nice little car parked on the street... I was thinking "hmmmm... Mr. Bonati is about to get his car towed!"



2 Paneristi and 4 alphabetic characters: J-F and Bo (men in black)



Happy faces all the way: John, Donnie, Davie and Eng



Our group was waiting outside to get seated.



Well, as we were not inside yet, the red wine came outside!



Not enough glasses - but who cares? Gary not!



The restaurant had a nice cellar, which covered most of our group.



Graham and Hagen were discussing...



...and Ron and Diego were listening.



My personal "power drink"



Happy faces after dinner... it became a long night until the first day (night) found it's end. We had a great start and friday was just ahead for more good times.

Stay tuned for part 3 and thanks for looking,
Volker


















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.



"PAM"...Love at the first sight
Thai Paneristi
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