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... It was hammering down but like nothing we have ever been involved with. The wind was howling but the lighting stayed overhead with rain pummeling down and so we got the bags and all our belongings up off the floor and onto the top bunk just incase the entire caravan park flooded, which in all honesty we thought was going to happen. The band in the skies didn’t cease for over an hour and at one stage the wind blew so violently I had to endure the rain to go outside and ...
... br> We had heaps of time to fill in at the airport so had lunch after dropping the luggage. The great news about this was that our seats were very near to an express coiffure! Haircuts on the run for travellers. By the time we had eaten our lunch I decided it was the thing for Phil to do, he wasn't as enthusiastic as I! However, a bit longer and he was a good husband and went over to get a trim. Sign language and about two words and he was in the ...
... near Monteciccardo, in the region of Le Marche, was not straightforward as we lost the campsite signs at one point (it was 20 feet up a pole completely separate from the other brown signs advertising tourist information) but we got there eventually after much huffing and puffing. It is a rustic site, laid out on terraces created on a former farm, on a hillside in a rural landscape, with accommodation comprising pitches, chalets, and safari tents, with communal ...
... with no one around to ask. You could seriously get lost for hours and hours in this city.
Dinner was lovely and very authentic. The food was simple but tasted oh so good!! We had a wonder around the streets afterwards but there doesn't appear to be much of a nightlife after dinner. The streets were quiet and dark only lit by maybe one light. We decided to head back and have a good sleep for a big day of exploring (and probably getting lost again) ...
... the railway and the ferry port, and took a deep breath as we emerged from the station. Loved it all, of course, just not the bridge portages and alleys ending in canalways. I think we only did 5 bridges in the end, and most of the time I got some help from passers-by. Lou never did- I think she could have spared herself the bruised hip by standing on the bottom step for longer and acting a bit more useless . We managed to fit in the obligatory spaghetti, ...