Hotel Villa Stucky
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... line! There was the English translation below. Dunno what the town was called.
Found the name of the next town - Ozzano dell' Emilia. We were on high up above the town that has mountains to the west. Find that one Johnnie-Boy!
We have just departed Bologna railway station after a wait of about 1 hour. It is a very busy station with at least 16 platforms. We took the lift down to the underpass and made our to the lift up to the station. As ...
... her a rose (don't get a vision of him being a good looking Italian man though, there are often teeth missing and a bad hair dye job) all seems pretty innocent, until he then follows you waiting for money and becomes quite persistent. At the risk of sounding like horrible people we quite enjoyed watching the whole process take place...and yes Ellie, Matilda and I all fell for it the first time in Rome! I am happy to say we left Italy without ...
... the Carnereggio. It is another interesting area. According to the guide books, it is a working class area and the part we walked on was very nice with a wide boulevard to walk down with many outdoor eating areas and open stalls with fruits, veggies and other things to buy. Would be nice to spend some more time in this area.
Back to Calle dei Preti for another glass of wine before calling it an evening.
... next to Lizzie – she was asking who I was
(& Lizzie laughed said Tim & Laura’s mum) It was Jasmine Neve (I don’t
think I have ever met her in Aussie) I said I had thought she was an American
student and she had thought I was Italian!!
I caught the airport bus out to the Marco Polo airport
arriving there about 3.00pm and then had the long wait for Malcolm’s flight
that was due in 6.45pm. I paid 4 Euro to ...
... on the Grand Canal and onto St Mark's Square, both looking beautiful in the early morning light. The lines of gondolas on the waterfront were looking very picturesque too...lovely! We returned back to our hotel for breakfast, Fausto (our host, who I have nicknamed as Foosty) was not in, it was his lovely Wife who served us breakfast and delicious it was. As she placed my breakfast on ...