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... seen cars from Austria, Netherlands, Germany, France, Slovakia as well as mainland Italy so popular for i turisti. This place is a definite must if you ever have the choice, I didn't really know about it, but it's a new gem in my travelling necklace. Last day on board, only 1766 nautical miles travelled, I disembark tomorrow morning and go back to Genoa where I'm meeting Brittany, I don't think we'll spend too much time there but probably head to Cinque ...
... to a companion that he neglected to raise the barrier. Paul was accelerating, I screamed and Paul hit the brakes with mm to spare. After all that he still had to hit the horn before the fellow realised anything was amiss and raised the barrier.
Driving out across the coastal plain. Mostly fields of cut hay, some baled, some not. Fields of solar panels tucked in ...
... villa , La Colletta.
It was originally built by a German Baroness and then was left to its own devices for many years until Claudia and Jim saw it and restored it to its former glory in 1999. They had to get everything around to the villa by boat. All the builders had a winch everything to get all the building materials up to the decaying villa. The dry stone walls were reinforced and the garden planted. We can't get over how much it has grown in the 12 ...
... down as an experience.and add to my repertoire.
Claudia arrives tomorrow so that will so exciting to see her after 9 years. Jim unfortunately is touring with Queen in the States and we probably won't see him until we go to the last night of the 'Monty Python reunion' at the 02 Arena on the 20th July.
So until the next time we are trying to keep those two rascals out of harms way. Easier said than done.xxxxx
... amp; C's beautiful home , 17th century house, in Steeple Aston. You kept looking around to see if Inspector Barnaby or Lewis were lurking in the hedgerows. Absolutely beautiful countryside. We managed to stay awake all day and then had a fabulous supper accompanied by some good reds, of course. After a jet lag sleep we all set off in different directions with Jeffrey exploring the wonders of Oxford with Christopher. And Mandy & I hitting Bicester Village for some ...