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... the hotel said it was just 500 meters but we off course took the wrong street and it ended up being 1km! Haha. Beer is all we could think about!
we Check into the hotel have showers and meet Missy, David, Heather and Shar.
we eat at a restauranr La Rosa dei Venti which was recommended to us by Guiseppe at the hotel.
11 for dinner which was a feast and it cost €196.
Tiring, challenging but exciting day. Ps we have a resident roos
... we spent too much time moving and not enough time enjoying.. Sandy described it well, moving every 2-3 days is for tourists, we are travellers.
The time in the Loire valley was fabulous and we enjoyed having Marvin and Linda join us. The house was great and the hospitality amazing...even including a ride in their Daimler.
Visits to Expo 2015 was great but the v high temperatures made it hard work. Our annual visit to ...
... the Rockies in USA, also on our tour. Eventually we started to feel hungry again so we moved to the bar for a light lunch. Following which I returned to my room for a siesta. We met at 5pm in the reception area for our pre tour briefing after which we headed down the road to the only resturant for our "get to know " dinner. I had an early night and set my alarm for ...
... in Italy, the 8:03 would suit us just fine. 8:03 turned into 8:10, a manageable delay. However the train was still on the platform at 8:20 when we heard some commotion in the next carriage. We're not quite clear on what happened, but here is my interpretation of things. Woman tries to pickpocket man in full view of conductor. Woman is asked to leave the train. Woman refuses. Woman starts violently swinging her arms at anyone within her reach. Woman is forced off the train. Woman runs ...
... must be their major products. A cool feature of the shops, was that the items in the display window have price tags. Not that we could afford many of them but it wasn't a mystery like in the malls in the US. As we continued exploring the alleyways, we found out the town of Arona was much bigger than we realized. We captured the beauty of the architecture and old buildings with some soft lighting photos. Everywhere you turned it was beautiful, with grand palaces as residences ...