Graspo De Ua
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Brekkie in restaurant. Americano x 2, OJ plus croissant.
Went to San Marco to see the Basillica. Got there about 9.30am & the line was rather lengthy. Started letting people in about 9.50am. Not as impressive as the Basillica in Lyon.
Julie was chatted to about taking pictures in a no picture zone.
Did not understand anything that …
Brekkie in restaurant. Not enough croissant. Espresso was shito! Got a message from Gayle about meeting at 8.30am near the horse. What effin horse? Found the horse.
Girls got off the public taxi service. We decided on paying 120 EUR for a private water taxi to take us around the canals for 1hr. It was terrific.
Americano near the Rialto …
Arrived at about 10.00ish. People everywhere outside station. Being badgered by porters to
take luggage. Decided on water taxi. 50 EUR. Got to motel & left luggage.
Guy was a prick. Wandered off & found a café. Several beers & small
rolls with yummy filling. Spoke to 2 pom couples & a yank group. Very
pleasant. Like …
... ticket didn't work. So I had to waste another EUR6 per person buying new ones. So annoying!! The bus leaves every 20 minutes to the airport and we only had to wait a couple of minutes before we pulled away, back to the airport. The airport was pretty ridiculous. A long queue for scanning a boarding pass. Then a long, long queue for security. It took nearly half an hour. Which for a small airport really is a bit ridiculous. The shops were pretty good though - even a ...
... relieved because I really don't want to catch it. We set off with our first stop scheduled in Orvietto. This is a small village built on top of a plateau. There are apparently hundreds of tunnels beneath the village and we have the option of exploring them on a tour! Geoff and I decide we'd rather just explore the village itself.
When we arrive, there ...