Residence La Maison Jolie
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... window on some of the flight was great as we flew over the Red Sea. Was hazy and dark when we reached Dubai. Were unsure of the best way to get to the Howard Johnson Hotel as there were six of us plus bags. Looked at taxis, some pink ones with only arab lady drivers. In the end a guy approached us and offered to take us in his empty bus for a set fee for all of us of 126 Dhs (21 Dhs each or ...
... Honduras game and was congratulated by a patron when it was over, perhaps assuming I was French. How is that even possible? Between the two don’t I look more Honduran?
I was back at the hostel and in bed a little before 1 am.
16th of June, the last full day of my Italian experience. After 19 days, 10 train segments, 7 regions, 5 hostels, 2 blow-outs, 1 wedding and half a hook-up, it was almost the end.
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... still not a patch on the ones in Belgium, but do like all the charcuterie and also still in cheese heaven. Stock up on supplies, we love the 1.5 lit bottles of wine, drink them now in water type glasses (and like water). Then pound the pavement, the trick is to go a far as possible and then see if you can find your way back - always impossible without a map. Naturally a few ABC,s around, god and me are now thick as. ...
... rosemary flavour. Of course, the chilled Frascati also helps one wash it down and is a wonderful complement to another great version of fast Roman food.
When one thinks outlet villages, one conjures up images of Otaki’s main street. Well, the Italians do this sort of thing in style. Buy a large piece of land near a main centre and close to a main highway, outfit it with lots of high quality shops, develop an even ...
... We grabbed some street food for dinner, arancini balls for me and a panini for Luke and sat in the square for quite a while. The it came time for my last gelato and we strolled back to San Crispans for deliciousness! The day was perfect and a great end to our time in Italy. Probably our last time in Italy or at least for the foreseeable future anyway... sad sad face.
One thing that Rome did brilliantly was to have constant cold water fountains ...