Alla Dimora Altea
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... aircon. After dinner we got into the bus to go to KARAOKEEEEE! This place was awesome. We sat down and looked at the drinks menu... €16 2L cocktail jugs. We all ordered one each as the music started. Someone was brave from the other contiki group and did karaoke first (they were already drunk though) Katelyn and I finished our jugs and got up to be the first one from our contiki group to "perform". We did born to try by delta Goodrem and it was literally the funniest ...
... ourselves with the area. We have dinner and retire to bed to have an early night.
Tomorrow we have an early start. We are booked on a tour leaving at 8am for Pisa, San Gimignano and Siena. This will be a big day as we are not expected back in Florence until 8pm. Our lunch is included in our tour.
Update on Narelle's condition. Showing some slight improvement but still very tired and weak. She is going on the trip ...
... described by Langdon although his depiction of Satan was rather dramatically overstated.
After this, Langdon, now with two friends, zips off to Venice, but I took the time to visit the Cathedral and museum and wander through the street markets. Florence is lovely, filled with leather products and impressive buildings. I can see why being a native of this city was considered such an honour and why Dante’s exile was the defining disaster of ...
... musical trio singing Italian classics
Given we had all had a healthy amount of festivities the trip home became funny when our normally quiet driver Umberto put on Dean Martin singing Amore, but the real laughter started when the coach lit up with flashing disco lights and lasers. I guess they do this for this stage of the tour because they know we will overindulge! Good fun
Tomorrow we have been warned it may hit 40 degrees. On toward Rome!
Awoke around 6 this morning to find Lauterbrunnen well and truly blanketed in snow. The snow had obviously fallen over night and continued to do so until after we had left a couple of hours later. The snow was so heavy that one of the other Top Deck buses became bogged. We tried to push it out, but eventually a tractor came and pulled it out. That made us over half an hour late.
Then about an hour into the trip we had to attach chains to the bus due to ...