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Long wait at airport
But I will not moan as I am experiencing the wonder of sitting in a chair in the sky
And I will celebrate
I will celebrate the Wright brothers for their ingenuity and courage and perseverance which have me wings to fly.
If you look up you might catch a glimpse of me flying over a foreign country!
Eating fake sausage and fake egg
But not being able to stomach ...
... website said. But despite all the problems, it is a good deal. 20 Euros each to downtown Prague. The bus seats have minimal leg room, but there is free WiFi, free drinks and movies. We met a really nice man from the Czech Republic who is just returning from visiting his girlfriend in Boston. When we got to the hotel, we connected with Val and Dan and then went out to dinner on the main square in the old ...
... We had a lovely Gewurtztraminer, with some tapas for dinner. The tavern is part of the family house so the eating area is in the courtyard. The owner introduced himself, his two children and his wife. Between courses, the waiter played soccer with the little boy and the family dog, Toro, came round for pats. A very nice, relaxed dinner, sitting outside on a warm, spring ...
... a schnitzel last night and a lovely glass Austrian dry white. At the airport waiting on our flight to Naples (via Dusseldorf). Arrive at Naples about 3.05pm and then an hour's drive to Positano. Looking forward to catching up with Barb and Grant who have been there since last ...
Our hotel for the next few days is a Sport Hotel(!!) So, we are all on a little bit of a health kick!
The hotel comes with a large gym which is free for guests to use - we took advantage of that alot!! There's also a bowling alley inside the hotel. In our heads, we were imagining a big hi-tech bowling centre like David Lloyd; what we got was a VERY dated room that smelt like sick and 3 VERY old bowling lanes with what looked like melons for bowling balls. Still, we ...