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... cargo vessels. We also passed the Costa Concordia being slowly taken apart in a remote corner of the harbour. There are a large number of palaces and many grand architectural building, set on a host of hills around the city. In contrast there are numerous narrow alleyways between four storey buildings, which open onto small squares where there is usually a bar or cafe.
Nevertheless, we will be happy to move on to the lakes tomorrow.
... lady checking out Katie's camera as we crossed a busy road so I told Katie to put it away!
it was a very pretty place but very busy. We were on top of the bus and it was covered in a clear plastic. I felt we were slow roasting!! Yum/Yuk!,
sorry I have to write this very quickly in an Internet cafe before we miss the last bus and have to swim to catch the ship.
we are pinching ourselves that we are in Italy!
Wish you were all here too.
... as well as the market style shops.
We ended up in the old harbour area, we were getting quite hot by now. Then Geoff spied a little road choo choo train, the same type we have seen and been on in many other countries, the first one we ever rode was in Noumea. He thought that it would be a nice way to see the sights. The funny thing was that it took us most of what we had walked earlier in the day. We did see other things as well and I thought that the rest was good. ...
... family drapery store that has been in business in the same spot for 112 years! They had bolts of fabric for men's shirts all stacked up in a cabinet and a wee tailor man sitting at his sewing machine making shirts, no cheap china imports here ! Time got away on us a bit and we thought we had better head back to the port. Irene is chief navigator but I felt we might be heading in the wrong direction! Out came the map and ...
Today we visited the Sagrada Familia with tickets finally obtained last night. We were not disappointed. The photos I had seen previously made it look a bit chaotic but it was magnificently coherent. The soaring pillars and wonderful interior were inspiring and the guided audio tour helped to make sense of the style, structure and vision of Gaudi and ...