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... dimensional copper figurines, oxidized to the lovely turquoise patina that I love so much. Johan could not keep his hands off the metal sculpture of “mother nature.”
With the surf crashing against the black rocks, it reminded me of the Cape, South Africa, and I could see myself sitting there for hours while Johan tried his luck with a rod in the surf. The town was not busy, and I loved the small stores selling nick ...
... due to them being woefully late and the lady said she's ask the chef... Chef came over 20sec's later and asked the €18 for the food and again asked for discount as they had been so long, without hesitation or any words of reasoning ALL three Pizza's were tossed into the bin..!!! Don't ask a pizza chef for discount is the moral of the ...
... years, which is the same amount of time it took to build. People are now permitted to climb the tower but must demonstrate that they are fit. The angle is a strain and there are no handles. I saw no need to climb it. It was not a chance to conquer the building. I could certainly appreciate it well from the ground. I thought they all looked quite lovely. In order to gain entrance into any of the buildings, one needed to buy a ticket. The place was crowded and the ...
... his train back to Pisa. Went to the restaurant that I had a few beers the day before, bar centrale. Ordered lasagna since I haven't had one yet, it was good but had bad food envy at the Aussies bacon cheeseburgers. Went back to the hostel agreeing we would have a quiet night. Walked into the hostel and there was a whole bunch of people having drinks and we all got roped back into it. Was crazy sitting at the table with so ...
Early Thursday morning I left my hotel and caught a train for Cinque Terre. After one train cancelled it's route and the other severely delayed, I realized I wasn't going to make my 5:00pm check-in deadline and had to stop for the night at Genoa. I was a bit disappointed, but went out to walk the streets and found my favorite Gelataria (Italian ice cream shop), Grom, had opened a shop in Genoa. I first had ...