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... house but it had great food. Half the tour group went there so they were inundated! It took the owner a while to get our order and while he was running around we were tying very hard to decipher the menu...literally using the Rick Steve's grammar book to determine what was there. The ladies at the table next to use were very interested in what we were doing and about 15 minutes into it, Greta decided to give us a helping ...
Don and Cindy are making really good Rick Steve's participants, and Andrea called them "virgins" tonight! Don could hardly believe it...he said "I have been called a lot of things but never that!"...everyone laughed!
Tomorrow is a long tour day...up and out by 8:00 and back to the hotel at 6:30. Time for bed!
Love ya all,
Dar, Mary, Don and Cindy
... before the train is to arrive and get next to the door for quick exit
3) Go to the bathroom anywhere but an Italian train…never, never have to go #2 in an Italian train!
4) Always ride first class if you can, it is hard to hover for two hours above your seat in second class and the windows are frosted with finger prints and YUCK!
5) Look for the conductor or anyone who looks willing to talk to you, never assume you entered the ...
Alexander woke up extra early and bought us fresh croissants before he left for work. After breakfast we decided to head off to another country, Luxembourg. It was less than two hours away, so why not? Christine and Chloe were our guides today as Alexander was working and Elise had school.
We had a walk around the Luxembourg city and then bought tickets for a tour of the ...
It was 10:15am when Lorel and I awoke in her cramped and stuffy third floor dorm room. I had spent the night on a dusty 90s patterened matress lent to us by Lorel's Congolese neighbor, Patrick. The night before, I broke in my magic camping towel in the cummunal shower and so hapily arose this morning feeling clean and refreshed despite the serious lack of air circulation.
For breakfast Lorel and I each had a peach and a bowl of granola. While Lorel returned to her room ...