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... have been in there are only two we would not use again, and this is one. It is certainly clean and cute, but very small.
Every place we have been in Italy has had a bidet, but this apartment is so small that they placed it in the shower! We could note we have been familiar with bidets for many years. When we visited Rome in the 70's there was one. We will not tell you what use we "tried" to make of it.
... the outskirts.
Could I continue? Yes. But even though I love my bike, I'm glad to be jumping off and am looking forward to being a tourist, wandering around Rome with David.
What's next? The days of being able to do these epic trips are waning as the years roll by but I am seriously tempted by the idea of cycling next year from Paris to Moscow. Anyone interested? Chrissie x
... We didn't know what it was but it reminded me of a crab cake. We all agreed that the mushroom thing might have been the best part.No of us could get enough! Plus we did manage to find some wine to buy!
Sunday it was time to drive back to Geneve. It was a great time but all good dreams come to an end. I was looking forward to the drive back in the daylight. The drive took us through the Mont Blanc tunnel which is 11.6 Km long. The drive is very ...
... in Italy when I learned this interesting fact: the word "honeymoon" derives from the ancient Roman tradition of sweetening the couple's wine with honey for the first month (or moon cycle) of marriage. Love it!
And so we began in Italy. Tivoli, Italy to be precise. Tivoli is just 30 km or so outside Rome. Since we were arriving in Italy just days before Easter, we realized it was not the best time to be in Rome. ...
... speed cameras etc there is never freeway congestion because they are not forced to travel in "convoy" (ie always at 110 kph as in Qld on our freeways).
We have a lot to learn about traffic management. The Italians also build superb tunnels frequently around 1 to 2 kay in length, fully lit and ventilated.
Their bridges are also 'big' by our standards. When you remember that Italy is a ...