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... particularly seafood. (We asked about the catch of the day, and the waitress brought us a platter of fresh fish to pick from! Now that’s what I call fresh, and what the girls call gross!) A great spot, fun experience, and very convenient after all the walking up and down hills today.
A quick trip back to our apartment, and we called it a day. We have a lot of hiking to do tomorrow, so we’re getting rested up!
... day so much easier. It was exactly one year since Trace’s Mum had passed away. We reflected on the year with sadness, but also smiles as Sharon knew this was our dream, and here we were, actually doing it.
We could have stayed for weeks, but the weather and our bank account was telling us to get moving. We tried to make up some distance by (you guessed it) The Motorway. Taking the Motorway over the smaller charismatic inland roads, feels like we are ...
... we were Low on fuel so pulled into a service station to buy fuel. Graham put 20 euros into machine and pressed number 14. Unfortunately the bowser was number 6. The machine wouldn't refund the 20 euro or allow us to take fuel fom another pump I.e. 14 The cashier said she couldn't refund our 20 euros and gave us a credit voucher for 20 euros and said to come back tomorrow. We asked if we could exchange the voucher for fuel but She ...
I decided to find out some information about Italy, since I went there :)
Here's what I found out:
1. The population of Italy is approximately 60,699,881.
2. The land area of Italy is 301,318 sq. km.
3. Italy's a UN country in ...
We woke up in Hotel Katy to another fine day by the sea. We could smell the breakfast when we left our room, and went down to the small breakfast area behind the reception desk. The desk was manned by the husband this morning. He greeted us with a friendly "Bongiorno" as he leaned against the desk reading a paper.
The wife was organizing the breakfast buffet, and they had someone who I'll call the friend making coffee and ...