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... etc. It did feel like coming home. We only have the car for another week now (which will be a big change for us). We have to take it back clean otherwise they charge us a lot more so we found an outdoor vacuum place and cleaned it as much as we could. Craig wanted me to write into the blog that on the way back, he felt hungry and we stopped at the local bar and he had a yummy piece of pizza – and a cappuccino – both delicious – for only 3 euros! I do think these ...
... the Duomo. Literally… I could reach out and touch the thing from where we were STUCK! Later I will stop referring to it as “thing” but at this moment it was an obstacle in the way of my inner ZEN in a rather large way. We pulled up behind a delivery van and prayed that we would not get towed away with us inside the car. Grant jumped out and disappeared into the crowds in search of our hotel. My emergency response mode activated ...
... Madia, our waiter Roberto was so kind and helpful and oh my gosh - the food was fantastic, I had truffle cuttled veal with sides of roast potato and wilted spinach the others had food envy and I enjoyed the meal so much it's my favorite for Italy so far. Oh and of course the Seafood Marina from Papa in Genova. P.s We have come to the conclusion we don't enjoy Italian wine, we much prefer French wines - let's face it, they do everything ...
... we would check out the roof top bar. Well, the bar was non existent. However, there was a staircase that led up to the left that revealed another level with a handful of chairs and tables, where we settled and enjoyed the view of the city and the illuminated figure of the famous Duomo. We ended up being joined by a mixed group of people from France, Hungary, Romania and Spain. We enjoyed some music and laughs before heading to bed.
The following morning we decided to go to ...
... was made. What i didn't know was that the high museum of art funded the restoration of the silver cross and altar of saint john. It was interesting but I'm not much of an art person and there were tons of sculptures and famous pieces of art and honestly this just isn't my cup of tea. I would much rather be doing things outside or exploring streets. I've definitely learned a lot about myself this trip and ...