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... of lunch at 2:00 or after and dinner at 9:00 or after.
We walked into a place that we knew would be fast. We weren’t thrilled that we were eating pasta that was already made and just reheated, but that was what would make it fast. It was okay – not great at all, but okay. Until the bill came. We had been really watching and doing VERY well with our meals. The night before? When we had the best meal of the trip? Our total was 51 euro. ...
- The "Irish Pub" brekky in Avignon
- Finding out there was a rail strike
- Having to cut short our Venice stay to escape the rail strike
- Amsterdam - not really worst but really underwhelming - yes I know some of you will throw up your hands in horror but thats how we felt
- Arles - dirty, closed.
These last two days have absolutely been amazing! I have done so much in such a small amount of time. Each morning we go on tours that range from 2-4 hours and go all over the city. And the afternoons (3-7pm) are filled with class. It works out, makes for VERY full days, but it is nice to be able to do so much.
Yesterday (Monday) morning we went on a walk close to the AUR (American University in Rome) and visited a park ...
... cliff tops of the Mediterranean. The blue waters, the blue skies, the little pink and yellow houses all bunched together at a village, the hanging plants and the ringing bells of the community churches all set a beautiful scene. But when we got here, we could hardly believe our eyes. The tiny lane ways of the village and the steep cobble stone steps leading to out apartment are just breathtaking. The view of the sea from the village just cannot be captured ...
Today was the last full day of our European Odyssey so we thought that we had better follow in the footsteps of Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn and see the sights of Rome as they did in "Roman Holiday". Our navigator for the holiday (Jo) had worked out a circular route from our apartment that would get us back and so we began. I won't go into detail about the churches we passed on the way today except to say that there were as numerous as corner dairies and ...