So, at the Ferrari museum there are quite a few flat shiny red cars.
I struggle to appreciate the difference between the many different kinds.
I inspected this one closely because Barry said it was the one I should like the most. What I did like the most, actually, was the wax model room of Enzo Ferrari, where meetings were held about flat cars.
Barry, however, like the F1 simulation the best.
He only crashed once, if you don't count the other time.
I had to amuse myself in other ways.
But then we visited an olive oil, um, mill place. They had the SuperDecanter Euro X15 DE. Now here is a machine!
The SuperDecanter is the only one that requires a vertical centrifugal separator at the end of the process, and it is complete with an oil collecting system from the chamber through a centripetal pump, thereby achieving a double extraction technique. Here I am using the reverse rotation device. You can tell that this device produces higher quality oil because of its organoleptic features.
Unfortunately a nasty bug obliterated the olive oil crop, so we had to go back to red car spotting.