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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... was home. I got to cook again - Yay! I used the last of the pasta and finally broke into the smoked salmon sauce that Matthew had bought. Then I added scallions, mushrooms and some chili peppers. Yummo!
We also had bruschetta that we had picked up in Vannessa to bring home. We did a load of washing, play the game of crib, and then hit the sheets. Another great day.
(* and the water was clear by the time we got home - small blessings!) ...
... with ten minutes to space, but the regional train is lacking in storage space for luggage so we end up stacking them near the doors. I remember as the train pulls out of Florence that we have failed to purchase a fridge magnet. I shall have to scour eBay when we get home. Or find a friendly Florentine local to send me one.
Out of all the train journeys, this is the only one where we feel a little uncomfortable about our luggage. As we ...
... we were fortunate that when Alan dropped his wallet in the Metro, it was returned immediately all intact. Met lovely people and made great memories. Flew into Milan and took the train into the main train station. As we were making our way to our train carriage a young woman attached herself to us purporting to help. I commented that she seemed to be sticking a bit too close and as we boarded the train she ...
... storm and rain was gushing down the roads and it had been a bit of a nervy experience. So far I had been very lucky with the weather.
I walked down to the natural harbour and got myself a bottle of water. People were jumping off the rocks and enjoying the sunshine. It was hot. It was very hot and not much air circulation down here. There was a small diveshop there, but I thought it looked a bit pricy so instead I went into a hotel to ask for prices. It was pricy, ...
... to start at 2:45am in Italy. We decided to nap and set our alarms for half time so we could catch the last half. I think I was the only one who woke up and I was able to see some play by play information on my iPad. At 5:30am I was sad to see that we had lost by only 1 point and quickly went back to sleep because we were waking up to get an early start on Sunday's hiking!
We started the day with a train ride to Vernazza since we had already done that trail and ...