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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Today was a bit of a test run for doing our walks and hikes through the cities of europe we will visit in the next couple of weeks. Today we were going to find out way through the old city, through the central squares and then up through the covered arches all the way to the Basilica San Lucca. We probably did close to 9 ks today. Of course we had stops along the way at the odd cafe and pizza restaurant ...
... bag over our shoulder (joelene's laundry) and we went to do our first load of washing and drying. Wouldnt you know it - there is a god - straight across the road was a bar! We had to kill time somehow! So tomorrow we are going to make an early start and do the walk out of the city square to the church of San Lucca. There is a covered stone archway from the outskirts of town all the way up to the Basilica on top. I don't know if it is correct or not but ...
... three basic needs are food, shelter and clothing. Well, here in Italy it is being stylish, eating big Italian meals and being more stylish than they were yesterday- everything else is secondary. I previously thought the Singaporeans were the most conscious of how they are turned out, but they have nothing on the Italians.
And while I’m at it, might I point out how many ridiculously good looking women there are wandering around. Even after your ...
We arrived in bologna Friday morning at around 9:30am. Everyone was pretty exhausted at this point in the trip and kind of just wanted to be back in Rome. Bologna is famous for their colonnades that run along the main streets in the city. We focused primarily on Piazza Maggiore, which again is the major piazza in Bologna. There are two towers in Bologna close to Piazza Maggiore and we were able to climb to the top of one of them, which was a lot of ...
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I reach Argenta in the "scorcher hours" of the days. The streets are empty, the shops closed. The town has narrow streets with same looking houses pressed right against the street--sort of like the more boring towns of ...