Hotel Al Borducan
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... Early start tomorrow. Chris and I off to Malpensa airport in Milan. Chris flying to England, me home. Deb, Matt and Jen are driving to Brussels for a few days. After that, the girls are heading back home. Everyone is returning in drips and drabs but all should be back in Australia by June.
Final impressions of Italy?
Its a beautiful country full of beautiful buildings, steeped in history so ancient that one ...
I really enjoyed my trip to Switzerland. Another country crossed off the list.
That’s all for now so I can get into my G & T. Matt and Jenny are making Pizzas. They have started started from scratch, making the dough and so on. It should be good.
PS - in reply to Lorena's question about the Aussie flag, I don't know. I came across this tattered old Aussie flag n a random flagpole in Bellagio.
... the market; while the other half of the funds should be covered by extraordinary income from the privatization program of Greek government assets.
In mid-May 2012 the crisis and impossibility to form a new coalition government after elections, led to strong speculation Greece would have to leave the Eurozone. The potential exit became known as "Grexit" and started to affect international market behavior. A second election in mid-June, ended with the ...
... we had fruit and chocolate and I got to try dried figs for the first time. Today (Thursday 8th Jan) we left early in the morning and drove to The train station to catch the train to Duomo in Milano (Milan). Here we visited an amazing cathedral and had a look in some shops. Within one of the malls, there was a tiled bull and there is a tradition where you place your heel in the hole and turn around three times ...
... It shows that many residents are experiencing growing frustration and instability due to the nuclear crisis and an inability to return to the lives they were living before the disaster. Sixty percent of respondents stated that their health and the health of their families had deteriorated after evacuating, while 39.9% reported feeling more irritated compared to before the disaster.
Summarizing all responses to questions related to evacuees' current family status, ...