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Well it was 3 litres after all lol. It was smaller than the beer tower. Jade
bought 1 too and we shared.
Everyone went all out that night. They sang, they danced, and they went mad. I
tried to go find Jade after that in the dancing area. I couldn’t find her
anywhere and started getting nervous for her. This was the moment where I
discovered what people mean when they say Italians are pushy. Some really big Italian
guy grabbed me ...
... Salvatore. bus for 7ks to Bagni San Fillipo walk 10ks
Today we bused it to Bagni San Fillipo. This place was an amazing place with natural hot springs. We walked into the village at 8am just as the cafe was opening, so we had breakfast. Coffee and croissant with custard. The Italians seem to love there croissants at breakfast. We then walked to the hot springs. They were beautiful. While Helen soaked her feet, I got my bathers on behind a tree and went ...
It's raining today, and cool. We're having the group over for lunch. Patt is cooking spaghetti and Bruschetta. We've found better food, but I look forward to French cooking. We toured the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica yesterday. There were a lot of popes buried there, but 2 of them were visible, in glass coffins. Weird! The whole thing was unbelievable. Huge. The Sistine chapel is where they take the vote for a ...
... 8211; why not?!). Since there was still some room left, a simple caprese salad with a glass of rosť at a modern restaurant close by my hotel, NUMBS Piazza di Spagna, filled in all the chinks.
Overall a very laid-back day to help get over the jet-lag that prevented me from posting to the blog right away. Stay tuned for Days 2 and 3. I also promise that there will eventually be pictures of me ...
... to be a dress rehearsal for the troops. On July 5th 1943, over 2000 ships set sail in a convoy to Sicily.
Operation Husky- July 9th midday, the sea started to whip into a frenzy, just as the attack was about to start. The men became tense as the water was so rough and tretuous after they had trained in mostly calm waters. The Thunderbirds were about to arrive in Europe,
Landing near ...