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- Continental Breakfast
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... Feeling refreshed all we needed to do now was find a toilet for Katie. Abandoning the tour for a while was the only option. After getting rejected from a number of cafes I've never seen such a big smile when Katie finally was permitted to use a toilet in one. Back on track, Emma was able to finish the tour and get us back to the bus stop perfectly timed so that we could step onto the bus back to the train station. Picked up our bags and got ...
... traditional method, it took much much longer. To make the wait seem shorter a man and his son performed in a little band. The boy was playing the violin impressively well for his age according to Emma. After 2 hours Katie was so hungry she was eating dried bits of uncooked pasta off the table. And the relief when Emma scooped a huge pile of pasta onto her plate was evident. The pasta was really yummy and free (!), still not sure it was worth the 2 hour wait ...
... it was hiding behind some clouds. Being a ginger it suited me just fine. Returning to the hostel at 6pm we were aiming to eat the cheap meals the hostel was offering. After having showers we found out that the food was up on the rooftop bar and was free! Nothing's ever free. Catch was that we had to buy a drink to eat from the buffet. €5 and a 'sex on the beach' later we filled out plates multiple times with the buffet food. Emma had a ...
... became to drive to Sirmione instead! It's a beautiful medieval little historic town at the South of the Lake that sits on a tiny little island at the end of a narrow strip of land about 20-30 mins drive away. The entrance to the island is guarded by a beautiful castle built in 1277 complete with moat and guarding the tiny little entrance way to the village - no way Mike could drive the caravan through here! It was really busy so we had parked on the edge of the town ...
... home, we drove past Ciaci's. We saw Giorgio so we pulled up by him for a quick chat. It was then that I noticed everyone was looking over a fence. Some were standing on the benches to get a better look. I asked Davide what was going on. Giorgio went on to tell us that someone was having a punch up. So Davide parked the car and ran back to have a look. Hahaha! Ciaci's is next to a field and next to a field is a asphelt area and next to that is a block of apartments. In ...