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... before meeting Amanda's brother and his partner Deb, in a street restaurant. No sooner had we started to eat outside when the most amazing clap of thunder frighten us all but only I ran inside to avoid being killed!, the others sat on under the umbrellas till the rain was so heavy their feet got wet!
Finished the meal inside as the rain subsided and we walked home along the wet cobbled roads and straight to ...
Travelling with Sally isn't like travelling with just anyone! She’s always in a good mood (I mean always!) and has a good attitude towards everything and everyone. And she has this sneaky little outlook ...
... It's so painful :( I Walked back then I ran into my Canadian friend from the other day plus another girl who is nice so I sat with them for a bit then they suggested going back down to waterfront to look and stars and I was like noooo but they convinced me to come down so we had some wine sitting on the rocks overlooking the ocean and the stars were really good. Wish I bought my camera and tripod! I had a nice chat with them and it was so pretty so glad I went. Tomorrow to ...
... reserved our seats on this train before leaving home and to our surprise, we were in the same row, other side of aisle, as the Harvey's & Langley's, who had taken a different train to us from Venice. What were the odds of this!
Arrived in La Spezia safely, changed trains to Vernazza and found the daughter of our apartment's owner sitting on the front step waiting to let us in and up another two flights of very narrow stairs, luckily she helped with Vera's ...
... popped out from above, telling us that a chunk of ceiling had fallen, and it had been temporarily condemned until repairs were made. Continuing on, we followed the quieter alleys instead of the crowds, and discovered we were walking in circles, and that the mile or so had become about 4 or 5 miles.
The problem was that when we finally arrived at the Field of Miracles, we were pretty tired, and had to rest. (We had realized too late that we should have gone ...