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... our hair which was a surprise but although we were a little nervous during the process, we were both very happy when we walked out over 3 hours later. I just went a little lighter and had a decent amount chopped off with layers and Amy had hers dyed a darker blonde. The guy put stuff through mine to make it wavy as I showed lots of pictures of celebs with mermaid hair and showed me how to use the product when I get home. The whole experience was awesome. They were ...
... not the public ones which are yucky and you have to pay for. Lots of bicycles here too, but they are all locked up. This city is a contrast of ancient architecture, roads and statues to the ultra-modern stores and souvenir vendors.
Back to the bus and on to Milan. It’s much cooler here in Northern Italy, and unfortunately it’s begun to rain. When we stop for lunch a Perillo tour bus is parked on an angle causing Antonella to ...
... side of the Brenner before arriving at Gugga & Bruno's soon after half five. We're here in Traunstein until Tuesday when we catch up with Kerstin before heading for home. We both feel that 'the adventure' is at an end... but we're also genuinely looking forward to seeing everyone and setting up our new house. We think we'll write a final entry somewhere between Calais and Dover. Thanks to you all for encouraging us with this ...
... travel day for it to rain. Bardolino is such a cute town right on lake Garda and we are staying right in the middle of the town in a very old building they have converted modern apartments inside with a huge courtyard attached with a restaurant in it. The 2 bedroom apartment has kitchen, lounge and huge rooms. You can explore everywhere from here on foot. Because it was raining Di and I did ...
... on our first train that took 3 1/2 hours and brought us to Verona, Italy. The train ride was the prettiest route I have been on. We pasted tons of mountains and vineyards, which were really breathtaking. When we arrived I really wanted to stay a few hours and walk around because this is the town where Romeo and Juliet took place, and the location of the "love letters to Juliet" wall. Even though I don't think Matt was interested in this at all, he was good sport about it and ...