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... will be very little communication over the next few days. No facebook for me.
The movie “Letters to Juliet” is so full of bull. None of the scenes from the movie look like real Verona. Some are similar, but I feel mislead.
I still NEED a curling iron.
Road construction here is handled very crazy. Wait till I upload a particular video or two on the blog. You will see.
Love and Hugs, Lizzie
... backs. Turns out the train station was in "that" direction... but about a fifteen minute walk in "that" direction. We made it to the station only about five minutes too late. SO CLOSE! But it turned out ok since we just hopped on another one about twenty minutes later and made it to our new apartment by 7pm.
Our new apartment for the week. Absolutely incredible! Practically beach front... only about a 200 meter walk from our door to the water. It is a 2 ...
... supposed to close!) We actually saw the same NZ girl the next day in one of the towns, and found out that she just missed the 11pm train and had to wait an hour for the next one to get back to the town she was staying in...oops! I don't remember the name of the restaurant - we ate there the next night as well - giant hamburger...yum...it's right in the main area down a few steps with a great view of the sea. (See pics)
... newer town area – which we suspect makes us unusual visitors. Despite a fantastic bowl of pasta for lunch at a busy local Trattoria, we have to agree that there is little else to see except for the tower and its accompanying church complex.
The van ‘park’ in Pisa was actually one corner of the local tourist bus parking area that had been converted for camper vans wishing to overnight. It was only 800 m from the leaning tower. ...
... tiny winding road, the driver, honking almost the whole way, to alert any on-coming cars. Otherwise we would have been toast. When I arrived at the top of the mountain it began to rain.. downpour. I thought I was back in Costa Rica!! Luckily I was prepared with my umbrella ( but it didn't do much good) and walked through the tiny town jumping in puddles. Lots of marble sculptures and products to buy. They weren't giving any tours of the ...