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... with them... but a good one most of the time.
When we got to Bologna of course Zuzia could not park the car but Miguel just woke up from sleeping and did it. Yes we totally fulfill those stereotypes.
Sadly we missed the christmas-market, but we kept telling us it would not have been good anyway.
We also saw Gregory, the pope that invented our calender of today, very ...
... too. We started walking Betty back to the train station and grabbed tortellini for dinner (it was alright but sadly not as good as described by our hotel owners). Betty almost missed her train because we didn't understand that they use one track but different sides of the train station to load more people on more trains - kind of super efficient but hard to navigate. Sara and I walked home and her poor feet have blisters :( but it was a great day and I can't wait for Venice ...
Sami and I left Monterosso early and caught a train to Bologna to stay with our good friends Justin & Ann (they recently took up residence there for a year sabbatical from work to learn Italian). We had a connecting train in Prato, but what we didn't know was that there were two stops in Prato. We got off the train on the first stop and the train we were meant to catch left the 2nd stop with 10 minutes to spare. We had one choice if we wanted to catch ...
... was for certain, this was to be an unforgettable stay.
Cristina asked if we spoke French at all and to our relief the language barrier was broken a little and conversation was possible, however, our saviour was their friend Alex, who speaks fluent English and became our translator for the whole evening as well as a good friend.
As were sitting in their living room having these bazaar, jumbled conversations a Sara’s boyfriend walked in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed