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... time now.
Drivers do think the roads are go kart tracks but all understand the theory because they do miss each other whilst weaving.
Passing another vehicle is the art of slip streaming. An art form to see how little they need to move out of their lane to pass by you.
Speed limit signs require translations, as no one is adhering to them.
There are the 'haves' and ' have nots'. Those that HAVE cylinders and those that HAVE NOT. We are in the 'have nots' ...
... Conads 6.). Best Wine : " tutti rossa"... All reds... 7.). Best Tunnel : 4.5 km between Sienna and the Adriatic coast 8.) Best sites in Rome: always will be the Colosseum and the Forum but on this trip, I love the Piazza Novana and just all the sites along the streets when we are wandering. Best way to spend time is to sit in a sidewalk cafe and watch the people. 9.). Best Gelato : the shop in the ...
... 1000 Euro! Definitely out of my league!
After a few of us had a flutter (on the cheap tables in the cheaper casino next
door!), we headed down to the coast and had dinner along the shoreline, before
heading back to Antibes for a nightcap (or several too many) in one of the
Tour days 10-11:
Venice! After a mere hour or two of driving we crossed the
French border into Italy, the home of pizza and pasta and the ...
... are not a problem, just an obstacle to be avoided.
Habits for parking a car: There are very strict rules for where, when, and how you may park. Almost none of these are followed. If you are parking in an area outlined in blue you must purchase the amount of time you want to stay from an automated vending machine. The machines always are blue, and inconveniently located and well hidden. These are mainly for tourist as I have ...
... so I gathered my strength, had a few cups of coffee, a couple of aspirin and a supermarket breakfast (Don't worry mum, this actually included some fresh fruit) and went out. To make this morning a little more difficult, it was raining, a lot. Although the colosseum was very cool to see, after touring it for a couple of hours I was soaked! We decided we would head back after this, just to dry off and regroup. On our way back to the hostel we were bombarded by hundreds ...