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Legamos a Bracciano a dónde esta el camping VÍA PORTICCIOLO, un camping al lado de un lago.La pasamos súper chevere todo el día en el camping y en el lago que fue anteriormente un volcán. Un día muy lindo y en la tarde fuimos al pueblito a conocer y a comprar para el B.B.Q en la noche.
... opened and the condition of the road surface deteriorated also. So after more than seven hours on the road, we arrived at Camping International Assisi just before 3.00. First impressions were that the site was not one of our best though the heavy rain did not help the condition of the pitches. On reporting to reception, we were advised to drive around, select a pitch, then return to let them know which one, but none were particularly brilliant. Donned in waterproofs we managed to set ...
... the group armed with this intel to find some old Romany gypsies closing in on the group like the Night of the Undead, or the arrival of dementors. The temperature dropped, and it was time to leave.
I moved the group upstairs to a mezzanine floor with good sight lines of the departures board, and the encamped rats at the foot of the escalators. It looked like the scene in Bourne Ultimatum where the asset took out the journalist in the crowded station.
... where to look! Various services were being conducted in smaller rooms off to the sides with the organ music pouring into the main area.
After posting some Vatican postcards, off to the Vatican museums. After reading about the horrendous queues here, we were surprised to walk straight in, no queue! The exhibitions are huge. 7km long! So we won't be visiting the whole thing! Each room is full of something different; one corridor of ...
... It was quite funny as they knew little English and I know pretty much NO Italian except for grazia and prego! But with the help of our Italian phrase book and Jords doing a bit of translating via the Ipad and free wifi on the train, we managed to have a great time chatting. We loved it and so did they. They were very affectionate as we left the train!
Arriving back in Rome at about 5.30pm we took a Cab to the museum to see an ...
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