Grand Hotel Europa
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... as a serious insult. "Was there ever such a lesson to unthinking artists in foreign lands?"
Here is a story of misunderstanding, each side feeling mildly put upon, that could not have occurred to Lear. Brian gets on the elevator at the ground floor and presses 9. A man on the 5th floor, who wants to descend, has pressed the "up" button -- "to bring the elevator up" as he later explains. Naturally the ...
... and started erupting with laughter. The original guy, who didn't speak English, was having a joke with the second guy, who did. Classic! The English speaker sat with me and chatted for a while whilst I waited for Dane. He told me about his life and what how when communism came to power in the country that people of different faiths were no longer to befriend each other.
'But look at us,' he said as he gestured towards the first guy. 'He is Muslim and I am Catholic. We ...
... and down. Yeah, I don’t know how either (but I think the hiking stick foisted upon me had a lot to do with it) and I made it to the bar for a WELL DESERVED beer. Make it a Montegnegran. And somehow I need 2 of them. Then home, past various livestock and to the best shower ever (sometimes it’s worth getting dirty just for the shower) and another mountain of fresh off the hoof, out of the garden, out of the critter dinner. ...
... Once you have made it through the gauntlet the market ends in a piazza, where dozens of ramshackle tables form a hive for hundreds of Palermo twenty somethings, drinking bland local beer while rolling a blend of gangja and tobacco. The only thing that can detract you from this state of bliss is the constant need to look out for the obnoxious scooter drivers, who seem to relish in slaloming through the shoppers in this tightly packed community. We found ...
... chicken fell from the sky and splattered in front of me. (True story, albeit a half-eaten one thrown from a commission flat window). So as we left the border into Albania our apprehension was full throttle. We had decided we would just follow nice looking roads using the compass, and keep riding until we felt comfortable. Just then an ancient Albanian Goddess heard my thoughts and sensed my fears, sending us a mammoth detailed map of Albania randomly on the side of the road. A ...