Il Guiscardo Bed & Breakfast
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... the pope leading it. At Santa Maria Maggiore, a few adoration prayers were said and then the evening was over.
Friday morning, we only had one class until 10 am. We were then released for our "three day," which is a weekend where campus is closed and you are "forced" to go explore something new. Some people simply stayed in a hostel in Rome, while others went to places like London or Berlin. I went with three other friends to a little town on ...
... We drank the night away with backpackers from all over the world.
A typical day for us: wake up, eat, drink espresso, go to beach, eat seafood, sunbathe, swim, nap, eat fruit, watch the sun set, and drink wine. “I’ve never been so relaxed in my life” became our motto, quoted from an Australian we met on our first night (and so repeated in an Australian
I was sad to say goodbye to Cinque Terre ...
Again we left quite early to beat the mid day sun in the van. Tan's window only opened about 3 inches and this was starting to be a bit of a problem with the massive rise in temperature. It wasn't too far to Salerno though.
During the trip I had been applying for various jobs for when we got home and I had a phone interview that morning. The journey took a bit longer than we had expected and we ended up stopping in a ...
... involved about 30-45 minutes of walking down stairs. This is where we both quickly realized just how old we are, or more specifically, just how old our knees are! The hike was really all we did today. After enduring another crazy morning on the bus across the coastline, we decided to take the ferry back, which ended up being well worth the extra money. After a decent dinner, as we were slowly making our way back to the B&B, I told ...
... small but very beautiful, set across a number of terraces in the hillside. It had a cafe with tables outside, looking out to sea, serving herbal teas which I have to confess I ended up visiting three times as the teas were fabulous! My favourite was a chilled one containing mint, liquorice and rosemary. The shop sold all sorts of teas, honey, chocolate, liquers etc. I could have spent a fortune. After reading my book in the sun for as long as I could make two cups of ...