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Currently we are sat on the bus coming back to the hostel from sirmione. It had been suggested to us as one of the quieter beaches of Garda. Maybe the receptionist got the wrong end of the stick as it definitely wasn't a quiet area. However it was pretty and the water was a lot nicer than Peschiera, so we've decided to forgive him. We got up about 9.45, speedily dressing or in some cases (Lucy) staying in our pyjamas, we rushed downstairs to catch the last ...
... much because we could swim at last. Running and throwing ourselves into the ice cold lake wasn't quite as simple as we imagined as firstly the floor of the lake was covered in loose big rocks and the water was almost bath temperature warm. Secondly Katie didn't enjoy the clay floor once you'd got past the rocks. Complaints aside it was nice to swim. We sunbathed for a few hours however much to Emma's disappointment the sun wasn't full blast. ...
... the masons. We were treated to a reenactment in the dark about an unusual member principessa Maria Christina of the ruling Savoy family. Although married to the king, she was sent to a castle away from Torino during the plague. There she took several lovers who were mysteriously found dead floating down a river. Enjoyed the tour even though I missed a lot. It was late so we took a taxi back to the house which was fine by ...
Observations Sometimes one has to be the master of their own fate. As in Greece when I chose to visit the acropolis da sola-alone- so this morning I decided I will travel to Verona. Annalia has taken on a translation job and the weather will be extremely hot no matter where I am. Three hours on an air conditioned train will not be hard to take. I bought a first class ticket for the Frecciabianca, I have a hotel reservation ...
... born and raised in Lancashire at Accrington congregation - Jo! He also helped out on the Maryport hall build! After meeting everyone (which can be done very easly because there is only 22 publishers and 3 of those family's were away) in the foyer at the back, with a large glass literature counter which looked really smart, we walked into a 130ish seated hall and we took our arm chair seats. The meeting began and a large screen ...