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... fashionable clothes and shoe stores. Wendy found religion there! We shopped 'till we dropped into a classy cafe for some pasta and gelato. Then we ventured back into the street for more of the same, then home to cool off. In the evening the hotel has a food spread (lovely) which is free ...
... Great War alone. After this War, they were given bicycles! They were high in morale and aggressive in spirit and the Army never lowered the standards on stamina and marksmanship for entry into this very elite corps. What's more, each battalion had a band called a "fanfara"!
... on a global scale, Milan is a clean, safe, beautiful city. I had a very positive impression of it when I visited for the first time in 2009. But after 8 days of mountain villages, the contrast is shocking. I can only imagine what it must be like for someone who's lived his whole life in the mountains to come to the Big City! Finding a hostel shouldn't be a problem. I have a whole list of hostels that, according to the internet, have vacancy. I didn't want to ...
... and travel days, and the occasional very slow day or even slow moment, to just sit in the sun and do nothing but listen and see and hear. We've climbed mountainsides and swam to private beaches, gone to antique markets and watched street painters. We watched a hailstorm in Siena, got rained on in Lucca, got suntans in Positano, had record heat in Rome, and mostly wore shorts every day. I've only made one train mistake, and read the occasional map wrong during a ...
FlorenceWe met Alice and Toch at the train station in Florence and headed to our accommodation which was clean, tidy and quiet and only a 15 minute walk to the city.Our accommodation was near the Romano Gates which are huge old gates about 15 metres high that were originally gates to the city and they are still connected to part of the original fortified wall that runs towards the river. Florence was originally the capital of Italy they also claim ...