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... then catch the train into Venice, it's less than 10minutes. I love being back here but it's amazingly busy. We have a look around the shops, Alfie gets his. Messi shirt that he's been wanting all holiday. We look in all the leather shops and I buy a lime green bag that is different to everything else we've seen. We buy a beer and sit on the steps at the edge of the Grand Canal ...
... we wandered through the relatively quiet start to the event. The line of traffic filing towards the mostly closed car parks suggested that it would be a huge rowdy affair, but we were happy enough for a lakeside walk with views of the castle and Church in the distance. We then continued on to Trieste, an Italian port town where we arrived without tablet battery or internet to find a campsite. After some time we managed enough charge ...
... a very nice little harbour town. Lots of local craft shops - some nice bits. We found our obligatory sticker for the trailer - our collection is coming along nicely. We leave again tomorrow and have booked into ljubljana resort - the capital of Solvenia, one of the smallest capital cities in Europe, it looks interesting! This is as far south as we intend to be - from now it is back ...
... about 45 mins (Cece did so well!) we found the chap with the bikes and took 3 off his hands (one with a kid seat) to be returned on the evening before we leave. The girls and I got back to the tent in about 5 mins! They are so pleased to have bikes! So Cece & I cracked open the cool box and had refreshing drinks and S & G went off on their bikes to find the pool. P followed and came back with ...
... appreciate the limestone stacks.
Istria is the poorer cousin of Tuscany. I read of one family who had lived in the same spot for generations but over that time it had been part of Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia and Croatia. Some of the menus in this area have about four or five language options.
We stopped for lunch in a small hilltop town called Roc and as we walked we felt that we had doubled the population by our arrival. We saw a total of 9 other people although the young lady ...