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... with a cabbagey bubble and squeak. Dessert was a choc brownie served with bitter orange marmalade.
Breakfast each day was also an interesting mix. There was cereal, yoghurt, 4 kinds of cheese, fresh fruit, ciabatta, white sandwich bread, sweet tarts, scrambled eggs, bacon, prosciutto, the best apricot jam we've ever tasted, plus marmalade and berry jam.
The wedding day (Friday) was a whirlwind of hairdressers and makeup jobs. ...
We farewell Assisi and say hello to Venice at around 3:30pm. We start with a tour of the Grand Canal, a Gondola ride and a quick walk around St Mark's Cathedral to get our bearings for Venice tomorrow. The Gondola ride started off a little scary but once out of the Grand Canal and into the smaller canals it was ...
... though, and you have to go a little further to beat the crowds. This time (after our lunch experience) we went two turns off the tourist track and landed in a delightful bar with space to breath. We ordered a couple of spritzers - the ones we drank in Venice. Not entirely sure but they are either: - one part prosecco, one part aperol and a twist of orange; - one part prosecco, one part soda, one part aperol and a twist of orange; or - one part white wine, one part soda, ...
... have a room for the night.
She replied, in English: "No, this is an old people's home."
This morning, coming out of Livorno, a Mini drove up beside him, tooted and and held up a Who album. This lifted Paul's spirits but left him feeling a bit homesick. Aaaaaah.
He's off to a quality fish restaurant called La Perla Nera tonight so don't feel too sorry for him.
Miles today: 155
Keep the ...
... other ghost stories and trying to make the best of our ****** situation. And me having to activate my cell phone data and get charged a **** ton to text Nick's iPad to tell him what was going on. It could of been worse; Nick could of not had an iPad with him and been stuck in Rome without his life support (me). So thank you Steve Jobs for iMessaging. You saved my brother from worrying and probably saved my sanity.