Hotel Ristorante Stella Di Coccia
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... pretty much on the dance floor! Sam and I stayed for about 30 minutes until she needed to go because she had an early flight in the morning. She says goodbye to everyone and we go back to her cabin. I go with her and I watch her pack while I'm waiting for Dez because we'd agreed to head back to our hotels together. It's about 11.30 now and I want to go home. So I say my goodbyes to Sam and then head to joes cabin... I feel bad but I knock on the door, ...
Wakey wakey. 46 groggy people boarded the bus at 4:45am headed for the Nice airport. We arrive to a pretty much deserted airport. For some reason, we could not check in cause they wouldn't take us to kiosk, they wanted us to use the check in machines. We couldn't! Finally they took us in and we were all about to get through security when a student, Jenny, forgot to take her three Swiss Army knives out of her carry...so we ran back down through security to ...
... to check out a yacht that just came in. Someone noticed that a "cruise ship" was coming in and when we got to where it had docked...a yacht! Unbelievably huge! Five stories, eight smoke stacks, four life boats that were probably 35 footers, an abundant of crewmen, and if I had to guess the size...the width was probably the size of the barn at Riverview and the length about about two or three Riverview barns! Just massive ...
... we weren't interesting enough for an interview. It was really cool to be there because you knew that everyone in the world in following what is occurring exactly where we were standing. We brought the kids to a store where they can buy a rosary where it would be blessed and delivered later at supper. We had free time so the five of us went back to st-peters square to soak it in without worrying about losing any kids. As we entered in the masses, I hear Mr.Reid twice, ...
... Leigh and his fiancée Layla. It was to be their first visit to that city and we were only too happy to be their 'tour guides' for a few days. Obviously this meant that we repeated some of our previous highlights but it was really fun to be sharing it with some of our family.
After meeting them at the station (they had come in from Paris) we grabbed a taxi to the Intercontinental Hotel which is located just above the Spanish Steps. We had stayed there on our last ...