Camping Internazionale Di Castelfusano
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... dodgy tarmac that it rivalled your average slice of Leerdammer, and we couldn't drive above 70mph without our teeth juddering out of our heads, we decided it was best to opt for the equally bumpy winding country routes that allowed us to swerve round them at 30mph in an attempt to make our drop links last until at least Calais. Perhaps it was just in comparison with the pristine St Tropez that we were leaving in our wake, but our first night in the country I'd most ...
We drove to Rome to pick up Tony's parents Pat and Colin at the airport who were travelling with us for next seven days. After picking them up and taking advantage of the 30 minutes free parking, ok we did a couple of laps of the airport to further take advantage while we waited.
Our first meal was lunch at local bar from the airbnb apartment we had organised while we were in Rome. It was filled with lots of locals having their lunch, and ...
... s 21st birthday.
The following day we headed to the Vatican city but the day after we got up really early to have breakfast and head to the Colosseum to beat the crowd. We bought our tickets for 1pm so just after midday. This probably wasn't the best move we made. We had a few hours spare so we decided to walk to the famous Trevi fountain. Even though it was early in the morning was already so busy. We could hardly move. The fountain itself looked amazing but we ...
Greetings TravelPod Friends! It has been two months, since updating my 2012 Travel Blog, which started in February with a 40-day "Trans-Pacific Cruise" of 15,000 miles of sailing across the World's Largest Ocean. This year my on-line log shows 43,284 miles; and 12 new countries to add to my life's journeys -- including: Kingdom of Tonga, Fiji, Niue, New Caledonia & Society Islands, Laos, Vietnam, Haiti and Cuba. The new blog has had 2,410 hits. Now ...
... in Rome are a totally different animal than the ones we’ve seen thus far: bigger, grander, more ornate, better maintained. Here’s a tidbit: there’s a famous statue outside this St Paul’s of Paul with a sword looking intimidating; turns out it’s very common practice for martyrs to be shown in depictions with whatever the means of their execution was. There are some very grisly statues in some very holy ...
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