Camping Internazionale Di Castelfusano
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... have been nothing left of him and the train would have taken a couple of K's to stop, I reckon. The train is the typical very long Regionale and we rush to the back where a lovely fellow passenger who has just loaded her own bike helps us load up. I hang her bike up along with ours, and pad all the rims with paper to prevent the hooks from scratching them. We, or I guess I chat to Lucia for a fair while. She would be in her forties, is a widow and the ...
... do takeaway and offer a range of styles. We are still to completely workout the coffee system here. A bit if a worry as a Cappuccino is 90 % milk and froth with no flavour and Espressos are small and very concentrated so am currently thinking to order both and remixing both to make 2 better ones for our palate.
Only a 5 min walk got us to out flat, 5 stories up (thankfully with lift) and a quick bit of ...
... and washer. The lady who met us was a very nice woman (her son owns the unit, but is away). We chat and chat and chat, while poor Guenther unloads the car. (Oops!) Guenther takes the car back to the lease company and I unpack the bags.
We head out for some food at the local grocers. On our way back the bakery opens, so you know we get some goodies there. Back at our flat we cook up some chicken cordon bleu, potatoes and throw a salad together. This ...
... with either marbled sculptures, paintings, or tapestries. Many of the works have been donated or created for the city, but a number of the tapestries were only lent as displays. Michelangelo created many of the sculptures which are so detailed that they look eerily lifelike.
Most notably the Vatican City is home to the Sistine Chapel. Although Michelangelo had never painted before, he labored for four years starting at ...
... we'd known about that the day before!) and went into the little shop that sold lottery tickets, papers, train tickets, etc. Lovely lady there with no English at all. Great, time for hand signals. We asked what ticket we needed to get to Tivoli. Apparently just one ticket to go two stops down the track. Are you sure? Isn't Tivoli an hour out of Rome? No, just two stops down the track. No, TIVOLI. Si, two stops to Italy.... No, we want to go to TIVOLI. ...
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