Circeo Park Hotel
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... Then the mad drive back to Volpago del Montello where the hotel is and Sergio's village.
We had a bit of a rest and did some work then off for gelato with Sergio's daughter Christina.
We were thinking of going to the Boomerrang Restaurant but it was closed, apparently the owner lived in Australia when he was young and opened this restaurant when he returned and now his son runs it.
... to fit us both suitably into the picture, we become a couple of heads (as you will have seen) so joint decision Garry investing in a selfie stick €5. Luckily he tried it before he walked away from the vendor as all it would do is change the volume of the sound output. Oh doesn't work with Samsung S3. They are hawking the sticks everywhere. We negotiated back to the train station by ...
... any photographs is strictly forbidden. The exhibits are all written in Italian and for all that you don't get a lot of time to soak it in. It is a guided tour only and the sound tracks through the whole exhibit are loud, the guide translated the spoken Italian into English she was Polish and spoke quietly. A story runs through the exhibition from the lead up to the Cassino Campaign and the drawn out battle for supremacy. It mostly talked only of the actions ...
... me the box and Danielle explained that he can't have milk or ice cream so they are used to this. It was vanilla and fruit swirl. SO good. After lunch, they said something about taking us out for pizza for dinner (we JUST ate!). It was an awkward moment when we had to explain that we were going to Bruno's for dinner. Seems everyone wants to keep us for themselves! We quickly learned how to say "Prossima volte!" ...
... figured out what I was doing, but by this time, the bus was actually in sight. "Sly, very sly," he smiled, knowing he had been beaten. I am, apparently, getting better at people management.
San Marino is, not to put too fine a point on it, a weird place. One of Europe's smallest sovereign countries, it is located smack in the middle of Italy much like Vatican City. Measuring only about sixty square kilometers, San Marino is mostly mountains, and its ...