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... of village life.
Aside from the cultural benefits we also have the opportunity to catch up on bike maintenance, washing, blog writing, postage, sewing, or any one of a hundred different things that need doing whilst on the road.
With this in mind, a little while ago, we joined a house sitting agency to see if we could secure some assignments in Europe, thus allowing us to stay a while in a spot. Our first assignment was for three weeks, ...
... where we took in the craziness of tourists then made our way to the Trevi fountain only to see that is was closed for maintenance, but you could still throw a coin into a temporary fountain they had there. We lunched at the Hard rock cafe, and then walked to the Spanish steps before making our way home by foot stopping in at all the shops along the way. These shops were fantastic and they even had the Ferrari shop there too ...
... automated kiosk and headed for the track. On the way, a young couple asked in Italian if I spoke German. They were very happy when I said English, and I helped them with their ticket question. Soon enough I was on the train heading for Rome, and a very pleasant walk through bustling nighttime Rome led me back to hotel fiori. Everyone was asleep, but Jen woke up relieved to see me and the bag. What a crazy ended to an enjoyable and stressful first day in ...
... wine it was a memorable 2 hour lunch. Wandered back to our hotel for a break and then Happy Hour in the lounge. Got to know Katherine and Bruce Read from Melbourne a little better. Wandered back to the Piazza Navona for a front seat dinner table to watch the people and street musicians. Had another memorable meal of a shared meat antipasti, a a deliciously rich Tortellini with ham and peas, and I followed with lemon veal. Another ...
... for their metal during the dark ages.
We toured the Hall of Tapestries and were amazed by the quality, thickness and preservation of the textiles, you wouldn't think it was possible that the colours could still be so vivid in works so old. The trompe l'oiel ceilings are equally impressive.
The Hall of Maps contains 40 maps, ...