Al Ponte Del Papa
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... esqe treats) and a heartfelt goodbye led us to here - a train to Naples - which had to cross the sea to get to mainland, so we travelled by ferry, still on board the train, for 30 minutes. A totally unique experience. So we might say goodbye and do another 2 part for Italy. Arrivederci (which means goodbye and see you again - as opposed to addio which is more of a 'I don't plan on seeing you again' - good to know when leaving a restaurant around here) Italian menu by ...
... in Rome! I was sceptical - the internet gave no real idea- but it was incredible. They have recently found, under the 16th century palazzo (Palazzo Valentini) that houses State offices, an incredible sumptuous Roman Villa, and are slowly bringing it to life! We walked over glass floors suspended above the floors of the villa, marvelled at the hot sauna, cold pools and tepid rooms for relaxing - and thought of the slaves, stoking the furnace down below - and were ...
... Or so we think...but we've managed to get by with the few words we know plus lots of hand gestures and noises! It's been a scream at times as we all struggled with one thing or another...having said that most Europeans speak English plus several other dialects which just goes to show how far away and isolated Australia really is!
Time to make haste for the little yellow coach...can't keep the Pope waiting!
... are on a mountain as there is nothing there...just a steep drop and those trees are growing like weeds as in they are soo tall and come up from the sides of the mountain.
One thing that I loved about this place is the very fresh mountain water...there is a pipe coming out of the side of the mountain and the locals fill up their water from it for drinking. It is very safe and the mountain and rock etc filters it and it is ...
... out of a guidebook. In my experience, this rarely works, but my dad was hell-bent on finding it, so I just went along with it. When that didn’t work, we finally picked one a little off of the main road. From the beginning the waiter avoided our table, and he brought us food in considerably worse condition than the tables around us. We had to hunt him down to get our check, which is actually kind of common in Italian ...