Leonardi Fiamma Hotel
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... European food. We brought dinner in a deli that consisted of several cheeses, cured meats, bread, olives, tomatoes, salad and red wine. Who knew wine came in little lunchbox size juice cartons?! Oh my god it was cheap and delicious and our fest came to a whopping 20 Euro. I have to give it to the Italians, hands down they have the freshest, cheapest and most delicious food out there. I could eat like this forever and maybe there is something in the mediterrean diet ...
... squished and lost sight of my family. There were at least 50 000 people in the square.
Once the sermon was completed, the crowd slowly started to dissipate and I found my family. We had a brief family meeting and decided to abandon the queue and head back to our hotel. Ava said she had experienced enough Christian suffering. We have churches in Lac du Bonnet. We relaxed back at our hotel and ...
... ticket, which avoids long line for tix at C). Amazing size and huge number of buildings in the complex, but all that is left are piles of broken bricks and a few marble columns - couldnt get too excited, but would have been hugely impressive in its day. They supposedly held 120 tons gold in their treasury. Some of the remaining ruins ware 50m high. Not too crowded, but when we moved to Col it was packed. Much ...
... In all fairness to the kids, it is baking hot. Water and trips into shade make it more bearable for them; still, the kids look gassed as the afternoon progresses. I'm hoping that some of the memories stick.
There is a general call from the group (a cry from some) that we leave the site and move onto dinner. I am torn: I'd love to stay and visit every nook of the Colosseum, read every inscription, but I know that I'm tempting the fates ...
... margherita, which is probably the most famous kind of pizza.
We had quite a problem communicating with the Italians though... Either they didn't speak English or they refused to use this language. In my opinion, it is the former because the locals seemed very nice to me and they tried to help us in every way possible. Anyway, using hand signals and the basic italian that I know we managed to grab something to eat.
On our way to ...